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 ...

Developers given the opportunity to start their career

St Helens Chamber is launching a brand new study programme this September in IT systems and coding, aimed at creating talented candidates for local businesses and filling the gap in training for young people aspiring to have a career in the digital industry. Liverpool City Region is one of the UKs ...

Engineering Your Future returns

Engineering Your Future is returning to Liverpool and Warrington and booking is now open for students to attend. The events will take place on Friday 11 October at Liverpool Football Club and Thursday 21 November at Halliwell Jones Stadium Each event will initially limit places to five students per school/college to ensure ...

Inspiring children

Pupils from All Saints Roman Catholic School in Bootle were treated to a full day of activities in the ‘Sea to Store Challenge’, run by trainee teachers from Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU). The Daniel Adamson Trust approached LJMU’s Maritime SuperSkills Project back in 2018 wanting to offer a combined nautical ...

A tower of learning

Sponsored content At the top of one of Liverpool’s most iconic and tallest landmarks, The Bauer Academy runs a range of exciting media-based training projects with schools across Merseyside. Educate went along to The Radio City Tower to find out more about the innovative workshops taking place more than 450ft above our ...