Students with autism embark on supported internships

Eight students from Abbot’s Lea School have recently begun a number of supported internships across Liverpool. The key stage 5 students, all aged between 16 and 19, have secured exciting roles with Aloft Hotels, Cadent Gas, The Regenda Group, and the Speke Hall Garden and Estate which is part of The ...

Support for World Mental Health Day

Staff and students at Winstanley College wore yellow in support for World Mental Health Day. World Mental Health Day was an opportunity for all to raise awareness of mental health issues and advocate against social stigma. The day provided an opportunity for the college to add to the wider conversation that will ...

Pupils remember the PALs

Alsop High School students have recently returned from a study tour of Belgium and France. The Year 9 students had the privilege of joining a coach of students from Merseyside as part of a First World War Battlefields Tour organised by The University of London Institute of Education. The students stayed ...

Merchant Taylors’ concludes £1.25m summer refurbishment

Merchant Taylors’ School in Crosby has completed a £1.25m upgrade of its property and estates. Central to the work is a design-led redevelopment of the dining halls and kitchen facilities at both its Boys’ and Girls’ School sites. The Williams Hall, which sits at the heart of the Grade II-listed main building of Merchant Taylors’ ...

The Alsop Way

The new school year at Alsop High School, Walton sees the launch of the ‘Alsop Way’ for students, colleagues and community members. Mr Wilson, headteacher said: “The Alsop Way is how and why we do the things we do to lead our students along the successful pathway to personal and academic ...