Creating a positive future

A 14-year-old boy with autism is on a mission to spread joy and positivity by launching his own t-shirt line. Oliver Reece-Woods who attends Rainford High, had a difficult time at his previous high school where his mum Lisa Woods says he was labelled as "naughty and problematic”. But after switching to ...

Read More...

Education in Mind

Liverpool’s first ever education related mental health conference will take place in October at the M&S Bank Arena. Funded by the Liverpool Learning Partnership, Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group and supported by Liverpool City Council’s Families Programme, Education in Mind will be a one-day conference that will explore various key issues surrounding ...

Read More...

Offers are in for aspiring medics

White coats at the ready! It’s that time of year again when future, medics, dentists and vets receive offers for university places in September. This year, Winstanley College has a record 35 students receiving offers at a range of prestigious universities across the UK. Twenty-three students have provisional places for medicine, ...

Read More...

Helping hand for centre

Archbishop Blanch School were joined by their friends at the Rotary Club of Liverpool as host of the Big Lego Brick Hospital. This is an initiative to support and raise funds for the building of the new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in Liverpool. The new Clatterbridge is currently being built next to the ...

Read More...

Change is coming

It’s an interesting time in PSHE education as Health Education (primary and secondary), Relationships Education (primary) and Relationships and Sex Education (secondary) all become statutory in September 2020. A lack of guidance for schools in the past has resulted in some children missing out on vital information about staying safe and ...

Read More...