Much Woolton Catholic Primary in Liverpool celebrated British STEM week with a range of investigations, visitors and workshops. The science week which last took place at the school in 2019, proved a great success, and resulted in a real buzz for science around the school. It was a great opportunity for
Schools, colleges and nurseries around the region celebrated World Book Day in spectacular style today. Pupils and staff had fun dressing up as their favourite characters from their favourite books. World Book Day was created by UNESCO in April 1995 as a worldwide celebration of books and reading. It is marked in
As part of Neighbourhood Policing Week the Assistant Chief Constable, ACC Jon Roy visited Alsop High School to speak about community policing and launch a new boxing initiative led by Merseyside Police. During his visit to Alsop High School ACC Jon Roy met with student leaders and discussed community policing issues.
The children and staff of Saint Nicholas’ Catholic Primary School in Liverpool recently enjoyed a very special assembly led by Colonel Charles Hillock, one of the deputy lieutenants of Merseyside. At the assembly the children learnt all about the Queen’s forthcoming Platinum Jubilee, which takes place on Thursday 2 to Sunday 5
By Katie Parry A sign-language event that aims to discourage bullying took place on Monday at Liverpool Cathedral. The event, organised by Knotty Ash Primary School Deaf Resource Base, saw 10 Liverpool schools join them at the Cathedral to sign in British Sign Language along to ‘No Matter What’ by BoyZone. Nine