Lydia’s pathway to success

Ever since Lydia joined College@Deyes it has been clear that she has been motivated and driven by her goal to study veterinary science and achieve her aspiration of becoming a vet. Head of school, Mrs Beaney said: “As head of Year 13, Lydia has flourished over the past two years. As

Students help develop new reading project

Students across the Lydiate Learning Trust are developing a love of reading by participating in Project L – the Trust’s new reading initiative. Project L will see all students across the trust’s two secondary schools – Deyes High School in Maghull, and Childwall Sports and Science Academy - reading for pleasure

British Council and QFI sponsor Arabic programme

Students at The Studio, Liverpool are increasing their knowledge of Arabic with a new programme funded by Qatar Foundation International (QFI) and managed by the British Council. Students at the school – and its sister school, Liverpool Life Sciences UTC – have been supported by bilingual LSAs to sit exams in

School celebrates as two teams reach national football finals

Students and staff at St Mary’s College in Crosby are celebrating after football teams in two age groups reached the final of a prestigious national competition. The college had never previously made it through to the last two of a national tournament, but this season both the under-12 and under-15 sides

A TEACHER’S VIEW – The best job in the world

Shaun O’Hara, a teacher at St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School in Lydiate, describes what it was like to return to the classroom back in September after the COVID-19 closure to the majority of pupils. Shaun said: “Back to school – and I, for one, was delighted. Within our school, staff returned