Students look into the future with Glass Futures

St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School, in St Helens, recently welcomed Glass Futures to work with their Year 9 students in an engaging session with Virtual Reality technology.  The session was part of an ongoing project by Glass Futures, working with secondary schools across St Helens.  Glass Futures is a not-for-profit membership R&D

Student ambassadors celebrate achievements

Over 70 Liverpool student ambassadors at Alsop High School, Liverpool, received a prize commemorating the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.  In Alsop High’s school library, over 70 student ambassadors received an ‘ambassador award’, and over 100 students received some chocolate.  The chocolate bars were inscribed with an inspirational quote

Merseyside Police inspire students at Rainford High

Merseyside Police recently attended a school in Rainford as part of a ‘careers awareness day’.  A range of different departments spoke to year 10 students at Rainford High, from the community engagement unit, firearms team, St Helens local policing team, to the dog section and outreach unit.   Merseyside Police spoke with students

Bank of England visit Childwall Academy to explain economics

Senior Bank of England economists visited Childwall Sports and Science Academy last week to talk to 200 Year 9 and 10 students about economics and how market forces shape their lives. Authors Rupal Patel, Senior Economist, Bank of England and Jack Meaning, Senior Research Economist, Bank of England, discussed topics from

St Joseph’s choir shine at the Secret Gardens

35 pupils from St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Birkenhead were recently invited to sing at the Secret Gardens of Oxton.  The choir, which is made up of children from Years 4 to 6, impressed attendees and sung a range of songs including ‘Mamma Mia’ by ABBA, ‘A Thousand Years’ by