Win the chance to talk to an astronaut!

To mark the fifth anniversary of Tim Peake’s historic journey to space, the British astronaut has launched a campaign encouraging people to share their stories of how his mission inspired them. On 15 December 2015, Tim Peake ascended into the sky on a Soyuz rocket and became the first Briton ever

SupplyWell achieves recognition as ‘Top 5 North West Regional Winner’

Liverpool-based Ed-Tech scale-up, SupplyWell has been recognised by tech growth platform, TechNation, as one of the ‘Top 5 North West Regional Winners’ of the Rising Stars competition. Rising Stars is competition for innovative, early-stage tech companies. It is designed to showcase the best the country has to offer and provides a

LGA responds to Ofsted annual report

Responding to Ofsted’s annual report, published on 1 December, Cllr Judith Blake, chair of the Local Government Association’s Children and Young People Board, said: “This report is extremely concerning and reinforces issues we have previously highlighted, including the significant pressures that children’s services are under.  “The pandemic has led to rising numbers of families

Schools encouraged to get involved in Census 2021

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is launching educational resources to teach pupils all about the census.  The ONS set up a census secondary school programme back in September to support Census 2021. The programme, developed by EVERFI EdComs, aims to teach pupils about the importance of the census and how data can benefit

Specialist school appoints new head of autism research and development

Abbot’s Lea School in Woolton has appointed a new head of autism research and development.  The new member of the team, Sara Muršić, will continue to develop, implement and promote the school’s innovation in research and teaching practice.  Sara, who is originally from Croatia, moved to Liverpool in 2017 to study at Edge Hill University. She