Interview: Jason Elsom, Speakers for Schools

Educate recently caught up with Jason Elsom, chief executive officer of Speakers for Schools, to find out more about the journey he’s been on since he joined the organisation and how its offering continued evolve throughout the pandemic. How has Speakers for Schools evolved since you joined in 2019? When I joined

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

Interview with: Dr John Patterson, headteacher of St Vincent’s School

Bringing increased opportunities to young people with VI In this issue, Educate magazine speaks to Dr John Patterson, headteacher of St Vincent’s School in West Derby to find out more about his career and what inspired him to become a teacher, as well as how the specialist school for sensory impairment

Interview with: Ricky Boleto, Newsround presenter

CBBC’s Newsround has been on air since 1972. The format has evolved over the years and now the team behind it has announced that it will produce an eight-minute daily bulletin to air every morning on CBBC and BBC iPlayer, while its popular Newsround website and new YouTube channel will