World Book Day at Melling Primary

The children, staff and parents of Melling Primary School made the most of the glorious Spring sunshine on World Book Day as they paraded through the streets of Melling on their sponsored book character walk. Passers-by, drivers and neighbours were delighted to see a whole host of book characters strolling ...

Handy tips to help manage at home

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In this article, Gill Rowlands provides us with some useful home advice and practical tips for parents and carers to help manage in the current climate. Gill manages the Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service (EMTAS) within School Improvement Liverpool. Gill is an experienced primary teacher, teaching both ...

Martial arts to tackle modern issues

Can combat sports really be used to fight crime and antisocial behaviour? Hannah Fowler chats to Jimmy McGinn and Dean Garnett about a new prevention project using the practices of Martial Arts to tackle modern issues. In 2019, knife crime offences reached a record high in England and Wales (ONS). And ...

Careers Explored – teaching as a career

Teaching, as a career, can be incredibly rewarding. You become a superhero of the classroom - inspiring and shaping the young minds of the next generation. Even outside of these four walls, your support is often called upon by pupils and students you are nurturing and in turn, you may ...

Interview with: Mrs Ania Hildrey, headteacher of Abbot’s Lea School

Educate recently had the opportunity to sit down with headteacher, Mrs Ania Hildrey, to discuss her vision to create an international centre of excellence in autism education, research and professional development. Abbot’s Lea is a specialist school in leafy Woolton, South Liverpool, that delivers high quality education for students, aged ...