Schools across the country come together for anti-bullying event

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

Gallery: Tree-mendous effort from Plantation Primary School

Plantation Primary School in Knowsley is celebrating the news that they have been selected as one of 80 schools nationally to become ‘Tree Champions’ with the Tree Council.  Read the full story here. Gareth Jenkins from Speakers Trust (left) with Clare Jones from Plantation Primary School with Steven, Layla and Curtis from Yr 4Mr Palmer's Year

Rainford Sixth Form students celebrate A-level results day

Students from Rainford Sixth Form collected their A-Level results on the morning of Thursday 13 August. Things were a little different this year as the sixth form opened its doors at 8am. Students adhered to social distancing measures and were given the envelopes, which contained their results, one at a time. It

School welcomes gymnast Dan Purvis

Stockton Wood Primary School welcomed Southport gymnast Dan Purvis to their school where he discussed his career and talked about the importance of dedication and resilience. On arrival at the school Dan worked with the girls' football team who completed their circuit training session before they competed in an LSSP tournament

Love my Southport community

Schools across Southport community joined together to raise money for sufferers of Marfan Syndrome. Southport Learning Partnership schools have held a 'Love My Community' event every February for several years, with the children of the schools deciding which charity they would support. In the past they have supported the local foodbank,