Spectroscopy in a suitcase

Chemistry students from Year 13 of King David High School recently took part in the spectroscopy in a suitcase workshop. The workshop was delivered by representatives of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) based at the University of Manchester. The students were given an overview of different types of spectroscopy used in ...

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Archbishop Beck crowned champions

Winning schools from across the region gathered at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool to take part in the Grand Final of the LCR Make It Work Robotics Challenge, supported by the Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor, Steve Rotheram and facilitated by All About STEM. Over the last six months, All About STEM ...

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Change is coming

It’s an interesting time in PSHE education as Health Education (primary and secondary), Relationships Education (primary) and Relationships and Sex Education (secondary) all become statutory in September 2020. A lack of guidance for schools in the past has resulted in some children missing out on vital information about staying safe and ...

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Prestigious 50 for school

The Edtech 50 Schools awards were announced at a celebration event held at the House of Lords. Fifty schools were highlighted as pioneering the use of education technology to make the greatest difference to pupils, staff and parents from across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. These ‘Edtech Oscars’, supported by Intel, ...

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Pole position

Eight students from Rainford Sixth Form are feeling inspired after a recent visit to McLaren Group’s headquarters in Woking. Year 12 students from the sixth form’s dedicated magazine ‘Informed’ and the publication’s organiser, Harrison F Carter, founder of Creativity in Mind, visited the impressive site to interview the operations director and ...

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