Pupils urged to help transform our world

A free virtual summit, organised by charity Global Action Plan, and hosted on its Transform Our World teacher resource hub, will take place from 9-13 November. The event will include 136 sessions hosted by primary and secondary schools, organisations and charities. Running from 9-13 November across five themed days, the summit will provide a collective route ...

Rainford High students get creative for the NHS

Students of key workers who are continuing to go into school have been finding ways to support the NHS and Rainford High has been a hub of creativity as students have made colourful scrubs bags for NHS workers. Using materials from different departments from around the school, staff set up a makeshift sewing room in the library. The ...

Planet-friendly renewable energy

All About STEM have partnered with ScottishPower to introduce a fun, interactive primary programme to promote renewable energy. During the workshops learners have the opportunity to discover more about sustainable energy sources and make their own planet-friendly power stations. ScottishPower is the first company to produce power through 100% renewable ...

New judge joins the panel

The Educate Awards has confirmed a new judge will be joining the esteemed panel for 2020. Tim Lane, senior lecturer in geography and programme leader for climate change at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), will bring with him a wealth of knowledge and in particular, be able to judge entries ...

Animals Take Over at St John Bosco

Animals Take Over are regular visitors to St John Bosco and the school was delighted to welcome them back to speak to its Year 8 geographers. In geography, Year 8 students have been learning about the continent of Africa and the diversity found in that part of the world, so ...