Leading the way in children and young people’s mental health support

Over three hundred teachers, headteachers and school governors from across Liverpool attended the city’s first education-focused mental health conference at ACC Liverpool. Funded by the Liverpool Learning Partnership, Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group, supported by Liverpool City Council’s Families Programme and sponsored by Educate Magazine, Education in Mind explored various key issues ...

BeNiceBus visits Archbishop Blanch

Archbishop Blanch Church of England High School welcomed the #BeNiceBus, part of The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Campaign and in collaboration with Stagecoach.

The visit was part of World Mental Health Day and the aim was to provide young people with interactive workshops to encourage them to think about their online ...

Support for World Mental Health Day

Staff and students at Winstanley College wore yellow in support for World Mental Health Day. World Mental Health Day was an opportunity for all to raise awareness of mental health issues and advocate against social stigma. The day provided an opportunity for the college to add to the wider conversation that will ...

PE without a stretch

The long-awaited Healthy Schools Rating has landed, but the question is ‘how and why should schools capitalise on it when budgets and capacity are tight?’ MSP has been working to unlock the power of sport and physical activity for over 20 years and its strategic lead for children and young people, ...

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 ...