Alsop High reflects on Holocaust Memorial Day

This morning (27 January 2023), students from Alsop High School in Liverpool accompanied The Worshipful, The Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Roy Gladden to lay a wreath at the Holocaust Memorial in St Johns Gardens.  Students Kejsi Cota and Leighton Ferguson laid the wreath on behalf of all schools within the

North West mum thanks charity that saved son’s life

The mother of a 19-year-old who was critically injured in a hit and run in Warrington is celebrating her son’s recovery and has paid tribute to the North West Air Ambulance’s Charity.  In October 2021, Dylan Fryers was walking to his local shop with his younger brother Ethan, when he was

Liverpool school celebrates as it receives its first ‘Good’ Ofsted rating

The Academy of St Nicholas in Garston is celebrating after being awarded a rating of ‘Good’ by Ofsted (The Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills). The secondary school, a joint Catholic and Church of England academy, was visited for a two-day inspection in December 2022, under the new

New report suggests children still suffering from pandemic’s impact

A new report outlining the state of children’s rights in Britain has urged the United Nations to review areas of concern. The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s (EHRC) report outlines the state of children’s rights in Britain and forms part of the UN’s system for monitoring the Convention on the Rights of