A helping hand in times of need

In light of the devastating news of a fatal shooting in Knotty Ash late last night, childhood bereavement charity, Winston’s Wish, have shared its condolences, support and guidance on how to talk to children about homicide-related death and offer a helping hand.  This sad news will be affecting many children and

The Streets Where We Live

In late August, the Everyman and Playhouse theatres worked with a local historian to explore Liverpool’s role in the Transatlantic Slave Trade. An educational digital series, called ‘The Streets Where We Live’, explores four writers’ responses to Liverpool’s role in the transatlantic slave trade.  Laurence Westgaph collaborated with the theatres to create

‘JUST ONE TREE DAY’ – still time to sign up!

There is still time for schools to join hundreds of others and sign-up to the fourth international ‘JUST ONE Tree Day’ taking place on Friday 30 September (Scotland) and Friday 14 October (rest of the home nations).  Schools throughout the UK and around the globe have already committed to participating in

Gold deaf-friendly standard for Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022

The Birmingham 2022 organising committee becomes the first organisation to receive the bronze, silver and now gold Deaf-friendly Standard.  There have been over 260 gold medals awarded to athletes from over 25 different nations so far at the games and the Birmingham Games 2022 itself is also joining them in receiving

All’s Wild and Well at Knowsley Safari

Wild and Well, Knowsley Safari’s free-of-charge woodland-based school sessions, specifically for children in Knowsley, have won a coveted gold award at the national BIAZA (British & Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums) Annual Awards 2022.  The ‘Oscars’ of the zoo and safari world, the BIAZA Awards recognise Britain and Ireland’s most