Times like these – lockdown through a child’s eyes

Missing friends, school and teachers, but enjoying spending more time with family; lockdown for children across the region has had both upsides and downsides. Educate finds out how children have been feeling. Remote learning has been eye-opening to say the least. It has made me appreciate communication skills and how, in

Handy tips to help manage at home

Sponsored Content In this article, Gill Rowlands provides us with some useful home advice and practical tips for parents and carers to help manage in the current climate. Gill manages the Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service (EMTAS) within School Improvement Liverpool. Gill is an experienced primary teacher, teaching both in

Digital Learning in schools – we’ve got an app for that!

Digital Learning in schools - we've got an app for that! Not so long ago, classrooms were dominated by blackboards, textbooks and sheets of homework on printed paper. Now, the rapid evolution of technology means schools are looking at new, innovative ways to deliver education to young people. With a growing number

A big thank you to teachers and staff

It has been a desperately sad and testing time around the world. We have all watched the global spread of COVID-19 which has caused an incomprehensible amount of grief and upset. As we continue to battle through the pandemic, we have lots of people to thank for their dedication and

Martial arts to tackle modern issues

Can combat sports really be used to fight crime and antisocial behaviour? Hannah Fowler chats to Jimmy McGinn and Dean Garnett about a new prevention project using the practices of Martial Arts to tackle modern issues. In 2019, knife crime offences reached a record high in England and Wales (ONS). And