LJMU’s Graeme Close talks about nutrition at home when exercising

As at home learning continues for some pupils and students around the country, Educate speaks to Graeme Close, Professor of Human Physiology Sport and Exercise Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University, to find out the best way of ensuring children and parents are getting the right nutrients whilst they are learning/working from home and taking part in at-home workouts.   Last

Engineered to succeed

We have gone through the archives to find this past interview with Michelle Dow, managing director of All About STEM. This interview took place in February 2016 with a former leading North West property and business magazine, when All About STEM was called MerseySTEM. As it is International Day of

Education figures react to the latest lockdown and impact on schools

Following the Government’s announcement on Monday 4 January 2021, Educate reached out to headteachers and senior leaders to find out how they are feeling about the new lockdown and some school closures.  Mr Stephen Brierley headteacher of St Margaret’s Church of England Academy in Aigburth, Liverpool. As I write, Gavin Williamson has

Matthew Ball – A principal ballet dancer with the Royal Ballet

Matthew Ball is an English ballet dancer who is currently a principal dancer with The Royal Ballet in London. His mother is a GCSE dance teacher and his father works in arts education. Matthew started dancing at age six, and entered the Royal Ballet Lower School at age 11. He moved

Going the extra mile – Youth Award Programmes explored

By Hannah Fowler Whether it’s the arts, sport or STEM, many students take part in extra-curricular activities to gain new skills and stand out in their chosen career paths. Well-recognised youth award programmes are now common place and give young people the formal recognition and accreditation for their achievements. Educate takes