Students enjoy World Space Week

Year 8 pupils from St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School enjoyed a day with the Jodrell Bank workshop to celebrate World Space Week. To help celebrate the week the school invited Jodrell Bank into school to share their work with them. Year 8 students used mirrors and lenses to focus infra-red onto detectors. This is ...

Winstanley College awarded mark for outstanding teaching in science and maths

Winstanley College has been awarded The Prince’s Teaching Institute (PTI) Schools Programme Mark for outstanding teaching in maths and science. To achieve the PTI Mark, departments have to demonstrate that they have increased the challenge within their subject curriculum; developed their staff’s own specialist subject knowledge; developed subject-based links outside school ...

Merchant Taylors’ concludes £1.25m summer refurbishment

Merchant Taylors’ School in Crosby has completed a £1.25m upgrade of its property and estates. Central to the work is a design-led redevelopment of the dining halls and kitchen facilities at both its Boys’ and Girls’ School sites. The Williams Hall, which sits at the heart of the Grade II-listed main building of Merchant Taylors’ ...

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 ...

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 ...