The Liverpool Reading Quality Mark Awards

Eighteen schools were given special awards as part of a programme to get more children in Liverpool reading for pleasure. Led by School Improvement Liverpool and supported by the National Literacy Trust, the Liverpool Reading Quality Mark has been developed to focus on promoting reading for enjoyment. Pupils from primary and ...

Liverpool student wins nationwide library assistant award

A Liverpool student has picked up a coveted accolade at the Pupil Library Assistant of the Year Awards in London. Victoria Langford from St Hilda’s CE High School was selected as the overall winner for helping to create “a lively and effective library” at the school. Victoria was one of five students ...

Alien landing causes much excitement in Woolton!

Pupils at Much Woolton Catholic Primary School have enjoyed an out-of-this-world week after an alien spacecraft crash-landed in the school! Extra-terrestrial footprints appeared all over the school and headteacher Mr White was even replaced by blobs of green sticky gloop for a morning (thankfully he returned unharmed). The alien landing was the ...

Gallery: Olympic approval for St Silas’ new sensory room

St Silas Primary School in Toxteth have officially opened its new sensory room today (Friday 11 November) with the help of special guests. Team GB boxer Natasha Jones, the first woman to box for Great Britain at the Olympic Games was on hand to cut the ribbon alongside Ashley Lewis from ...