Formby get into ‘The Groove’

Formby High School recently presented their annual dance show ‘The Groove’ which took place at the school’s creative and culture home, The Atkinson, in Southport. And this year’s performance delivered a whole host of styles, genres and narratives on stage – from middle eastern genies, the ‘Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’,

Teaching conflict resolution in the classroom

The Trinity Catholic Primary School, located in the heart of North Liverpool, one of the city’s most deprived areas, recently marked its completion of an effective programme for teaching conflict resolution in the classroom. Similar to many other schools across the country that find themselves in a similar position, headteacher, Rebecca

Peace Proms 2020 concert photo gallery

3000 primary school children came together to form the Liverpool Children's Peace Choir and teamed-up with the internationally acclaimed Cross Border Orchestra of Ireland for a sell-out performance at the M&S Bank Arena. Here are some images from the concert. Photos by Anamaria Meiu @AMPhotoStar. Keep up to date about Peace Proms 2021

St Bede’s awards evening marks outstanding pupils

The St Bede's awards evening is always a very special evening as the school welcomes back past students to celebrate their academic and personal successes. For some of the students, this is the first time they will have seen each other since they left the previous summer. This year was no

School Improvement Liverpool – Focus on the countdown to statutory status

School Improvement Liverpool (SIL) welcomed over 100 education professionals from across the region to its PSHE Conference. The day had a particular focus on relationships and sex education (RSE), and health education as they become statutory within the curriculum in September 2020. They were joined by Jono Baggaley, the CEO of the PSHE