Primary school results improve again

Provisional figures show Liverpool has made improvements in primary school standards over the last two years and is continuing to narrow the gap with the national average. Interim test and teacher assessment figures for 2018 released by the Department of Education  show that at Key Stage 2, the percentage of Year

Hands of friendship reach out to schools

The grand unveiling of the newly re-designed Lambanana outside Toxteth Annexe has taken place at an event run by School Improvement Liverpool (SIL). A competition was held over the months of May and June for Dingle, Granby and Toxteth schools for them to re-design the Lambanana outside Toxteth Annexe, using the School Improvement

Strong results end school year on a high for Knowsley’s primaries

Knowsley’s primary schools are finishing the school year on a high after once again recording strong results in their Key Stage 2 assessments. Schools across the borough chalked up improvements in reading, writing and maths with many outperforming the national rate of improvement in each or all of these measurements. Across the

Lister face the dragons and win

Lister Infant School are celebrating after winning first prize at a Dragons’ Den inspired competition run by Liverpool Learning Partnership (LLP) for their Food Frenzy game app. In July, pupil representatives from 14 Liverpool schools stepped up to face the ‘dragons’ in the LLP Year of Engineering inspired Dragons’ Den competition. This

St Margaret’s students visit Normandy to commemorate D-Day

Five students from St Margaret’s Church of England Academy had the chance to take part in this year’s D-Day commemoration parades in Normandy. The students who are part of the RAF Air Cadets 2359 (Woolton) squadron, as well as 90, 7F and 1913 squadrons, were given the opportunity to meet veterans