Vote for your favourite dot-art Schools entry

dot-art Schools is inviting people to vote for their favourite artwork by young artists (Year 5 and Year 9) from schools across the Liverpool City Region from April.  The Liverpool-based inter-school art competition provides hundreds of children in the Liverpool City Region with the opportunity to develop their artistic side, have

Cheshire pupils make a difference taking on the #BigBagChallenge

Pupils and staff at St Bernard’s RC Primary School, Ellesmere Port, proudly participated in the Great Big School Clean recently.   The Great Big School Clean is an initiative created by the charity Keep Britain Tidy which encourages school children across the UK to get involved and come together to litter pick.

Liverpool school surprised with tickets to Barclays Women’s Super League

Students from a Liverpool school have been surprised with tickets to the upcoming Barclays Women's Super League (BWSL) Merseyside derby, courtesy of club partner Football Manager.  Holy Family High School’s joint Year 9 and 10 football team will be at Goodison Park for what will be the very first BWSL derby

National Tutoring Programme benefits Liverpool students

The Academy of St Francis of Assisi (ASFA) in Liverpool is successfully supporting students who require extra tutoring in English and maths thanks to the Government’s catch-up funding, following COVID-19. Teachers at the academy identified 15 students in each year group, from Years 7 to 10, to embark on a 15-week

Wirral students inspired by visit from Mandela’s former bodyguard

Recently, students at St John Plessington Catholic College, Bebington, Wirral, were enthralled with a visit from Chris Lubbe, the former bodyguard of South African activist and politician, Nelson Mandela.   The school invited Chris to speak to all year groups following their work in personal development sessions regarding the theme ‘Show Racism