Winstanley College supports the Educate Awards’ arts category

The Educate Awards is delighted to announce that Winstanley College is the new sponsor of the Outstanding Arts in a School category.  The college has been a proud supporter of the Educate Awards for many years and for 2022, it will sponsor a category which celebrates the varied arts project which

Funding announced to focus on children’s development

Yesterday, the Department for Education announced that up to £180 million of government funding over the next three years will support the sector to focus on children’s development in their earliest years.  This will also include helping to address existing recruitment and retention challenges.  The Department for Education said that early year

NAHT move to formal industrial action ballot over pay and funding

Today, at the Trade Union Congress (TUC) Conference in Brighton, Paul Whiteman, general secretary of school leaders’ union NAHT, announced that NAHT will be proceeding with a formal ballot on industrial action. This was following a national consultation with the union’s members - school leaders across England and Wales. NAHT represents school

UK schools recognised for prioritising social mobility

An awards fundraising gala that was established to recognise and encourage action that will promote and increase social mobility in Britain’s companies was held last Thursday in-person for the first time in three years.  The UK Social Mobility Awards were set up to recognise organisations that are prioritising social mobility.  For example,

Noughts & Crosses production comes to Liverpool

From 22 to 26 November 2022, an award-winning adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s Noughts & Crosses will take to the Liverpool Playhouse’s stage. Sabrina Mahfouz’s adaptation of the young adult novel is based on the first book in the Noughts & Crosses series, which has won the Red House Children’s Book Award