Rainford High goes green!

Students and staff at Rainford High celebrated all things to do with the environment. Keen to raise awareness and do its bit for the planet, the school hosted a range of activities which encouraged individuals to think about what needs to be done in order to create a more sustainable future. Every ...

Burgers and bugs at Bedford Primary School

Pupils, parents and teachers from Bedford Primary School in Bootle, came together with the Lancashire Wildlife Trust to celebrate the end of term in forest school style. Since January, the Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s forest school project has been working with Bedford Primary, delivering free weekly forest school sessions and training school ...

School eco warriors quiz council experts on air quality

School children from five schools in south Sefton took on air quality experts at Southport Eco Centre. The ‘Air Quality Meet the Experts’ event gave young people the opportunity to quiz a panel of senior managers and officers from Sefton Council. The event built on previous work the Eco Centre has been ...

Sensory garden wins award

Students and staff from Carmel College Foundation Learning department enjoyed an afternoon at the 2018 Archdiocesan Awards ceremony, celebrating winning the Contribution to the Community award. The college’s sensory garden project received help from Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MRWA) Community Fund, Tesco’s Groundwork Fund and Veolia UK. The year-long project has ...

St John Bosco brings the rainforest to life

Year 9 students at St John Bosco Arts College were greeted by some new classmates in the form of creepy crawlies and reptiles. Snakes, millipedes, African hedgehogs, frogs and stick insects were some of the animals taking over the Croxteth school as it opened its doors to a North West company ...