Stronger Than Hate: Anti-Hate Challenge for Liverpool secondary schools

The 'Stronger Than Hate challenge' which empowers children to tackle hate within their communities and take action for a better future, has been launched to secondary schools in Liverpool today.   Created by University of Southern California (USC) Shoah Foundation, in partnership with Discovery Education, the Stronger Than Hate Challenge invites pupils to use

Report: What first year university students have been spending their money on

Freshers have had a tough first year at university, but despite the chaos of COVID-19 the spending power of students has remained resilient, according to the first part of the 2021 Student Lifestyle Report, published today by UCAS Media.  ‘Brand and Spend’ is the first chapter of the UCAS Media’s Student Lifestyle Report which, in its

BBC launches young composer competition

Calling all young musicians! The BBC has opened entries for its Young Composer competition this year.  Since 1998, the competition has launched countless musical careers. Formerly known as the BBC Proms Inspire competition, it rebranded in 2020 with a mission to reach a wider pool of talent.  Last year saw the highest ever number of entries with entrants embracing a wide range

Ricky takes a bite out of art

Kaiser Chiefs’ frontman Ricky Wilson is to switch the microphone for a paintbrush in new CBBC show, Ricky Wilson’s Art Jam as part of the BBC’s Lockdown Learning. Each episode sees the former art teacher invite a celebrity friend into his art studio to chat about their lives and art passions.

Liverpool-based edtech company recognised as rising star in national awards

EdTech scale-up, SupplyWell is celebrating its recognition as one of the ten most exciting early-stage technology companies in the UK, as part of a prestigious competition run by national growth platform, Tech Nation. The Rising Stars competition is the only national early-stage tech scaleup competition in the UK, designed to showcase