Going the extra mile for school

Alsop High School has sent their congratulations to teacher Mr Tony Williams for participating in the ‘Virtual London Marathon’ on Sunday 4 October. Mr Williams a head of year at Alsop ran 26.2 miles across the Wirral to raise funds for St Vincent’s School, a specialist school for sensory impairment ...

Oxford Summer School – a UNIQ opportunity for Freya

A Year 12 Winstanley College student says she feels ‘much more confident’ in making a strong competitive application to The University of Oxford next term after taking part in a week’s digital summer school. Freya West, a former Maricourt Catholic High School pupil, found out about Oxford’s UNIQ courses through ...

Rainford High runs for the NHS

Staff at Rainford High are donning their running trainers or walking boots as they hope to cover at least 3000 miles for charity. The school’s staff community are individually running or walking lots of miles in order to raise money for the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust Charitable Funds. In support of frontline NHS workers, school staff are looking to run or walk at least 3000 miles in 30 ...

Reflecting back on an unbeaten football season

Before Coronavirus lockdown took hold, Winstanley College’s ‘first’ football team had a magnificent unbeaten season, which saw them crowned league winners. Winstanley won 11 consecutive league games without dropping a single point. They also scored 48 goals and only conceded six goals in an invincible season. The team had also reached ...