Celebrating creativity with dot-art at Alsop

Pictured above: Left: 1st place Lucy Beadman, centre: 2nd place Mariam Alfahed, right: 3rd place Sonia Cirstina Alsop High School students are celebrating the school’s creativity and success after its high quality artwork entries won prizes in Liverpool City Region art competitions. Alsop students entered the 2021 dot-art schools competition as part

St Cuthbert’s says farewell to Year 11s

St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in St Helens said farewell to its Year 11 students today (Friday 28 May). The day was filled with memories from over the last five years along with a special Mass led by the school’s chair of Governors, Father Phil Swanson. The school tried to keep as

St Cuthbert’s recognised for its commitment to helping students stay safe online

St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School has successfully completed a comprehensive online safety-training programme demonstrating its commitment to keeping children and young people safe online. The St Helens school received a National Online Safety Certified School Accreditation for its whole school community approach to protecting children in the online world back in

Worthy winners of the 500 Word Writing Competition announced

Award winning children’s authors Frank Cottrell Boyce, Joseph Delaney and Patrice Lawrence, alongside twelve other judges, have revealed the winning entries to the popular Alsop High School 500 Word Writing Competition. Launched on World Book Day, Alsop’s many entrants submitted their stories in the hope of winning their particular category: KS3,

North West barber teams up with Wargrave House to provide much needed haircuts

Wargrave House School and College Post 16 Provision has teamed up with a Stockton Heath barber to give college students a much-needed haircut. Andy Nash from Barber Anxiety, teamed up with TRIM-IT last month to become the first tech-enabled vehicle outside of London to offer visits to potential customers who are afraid to