The transition from GCSE to A Level

In the difficult transition from GCSE to A-level, year 12 Archbishop Blanch School student Lily Kehoe offers insight into how she found the change from Key Stage Four to Key Stage Five and the ways in which she believes the new GCSEs will help her and future A-level pupils. If there

St Cuthbert’s celebrate glittering prom

The Prom-goers of St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School, St Helens made a stylish red-carpet entrance to the Premier Suite at Haydock for their much awaited Prom Night. The pupils enjoyed the breath-taking views over the racecourse in what turned out to be an unforgettable evening for the young people. Students joined staff

Liverpool school’s ‘positive impact’ on excluded young students

A Liverpool school where pupils are getting a second chance to learn has been given a glowing report by education watchdog Ofsted. Teenagers at Progress Schools in Toxteth – whose behavioural, emotional and social difficulties excluded them from mainstream schooling – are now going back to college, getting apprenticeships or full-time

Rainford High promotes positive mental health

Rainford High held a five-day-programme to help raise awareness of mental health within the school. Designed for both students and staff, each day a range of activities took place in order to help those dealing with stress, anxiety or if they weren’t quite feeling themselves. Before the beginning and the end of