Frank Cottrell Boyce becomes patron of reading at Alsop

Award winning children’s author Frank Cottrell Boyce, visited Alsop High School to launch a new initiative “Reading the Alsop Way”. Frank has been appointed to the influential role as the patron of reading. He has agreed to be an ambassador for Alsop and promote reading within school, and the wider community. Reading ...

Winstanley College awarded mark for outstanding teaching in science and maths

Winstanley College has been awarded The Prince’s Teaching Institute (PTI) Schools Programme Mark for outstanding teaching in maths and science. To achieve the PTI Mark, departments have to demonstrate that they have increased the challenge within their subject curriculum; developed their staff’s own specialist subject knowledge; developed subject-based links outside school ...

ASFA students become Language Ambassadors

A select group of students from the Academy of St Francis of Assisi (ASFA) have been given the important role of Language Ambassadors this academic year.

15 students from years 9, 10 and 11 will offer students in years 7 and 8, whose first language isn’t English, any additional ...

LJMU awarded additional funding for study

LJMU researchers have been awarded £168,000 funding from the Nuffield Foundation following the success of a two-year study which showed that parents discussing language at home could support early numeracy skills. The study, carried out by the School of Natural Sciences and Psychology’s Dr Fiona Simmons, Dr Anne-Marie Adams and Dr Elena ...

Continued success for Satis Education

Satis Education is celebrating a successful 2018/19 academic year with a 100% success rate for recruitment. The social enterprise which offers consultancy and support services to the education sector, has experienced a rapid period of growth and is now working with clients from across the country. Based in St Helens, Satis Education ...