Winners crowned at Edge Hill University competition

Edge Hill University has crowned a team from Dudley as winners of its national Maths Challenge competition 2021/22. ‘Kiss My Axis’, one of three teams from Summerhill School, beat competitors from 11 other teams which went through to the final. The final was held at Edge Hill University’s Ormskirk campus on July

Making the national curriculum more period positive

A new curriculum model has been launched in Parliament to educate all pupils on a more thoughtful approach to menstruation. Teacher and author, Chella Quint’s, plan is to start educating children about menstruation at the start of primary school through to the end of secondary school. Chella Quint is the founder of ‘Period Positive’,

Rainford High celebrates diversity and inclusion

Last week, Rainford High School held a conference which celebrated diversity, whilst also raising awareness about the issues surrounding the topic of inclusion.  The conference was called ‘Building A World Where Everyone Matters’ and took place at the school on Higher Lane, Rainford. Activities lasted all day.  A number of guest speakers were invited

Edge Hill hosts children’s rights conference

On Wednesday, a children’s rights expert from Edge Hill University in Ormskirk gave a special conference to children after months of educating them about children’s rights. Professor Carol Robinson has helped children to understand why children’s rights matter and how, for many children around the world, the circumstances in which they

Childwall Academy celebrates Ofsted rating

Today, staff, pupils, parents, and governors at Childwall Sports and Science Academy in Liverpool are celebrating after achieving an Ofsted rating of ‘Good’, following a two-day inspection in May. Amongst the feedback the school received, leaders were recognised for ‘working hard to improve the quality of education that pupils receive’ and