Workout to help out

Liverpool School Sports Partnership (LSSP) is inviting schools to take part in its Liverpool Schools Live Workout.  On Friday 5 February 2021, the team at LSSP is encouraging pupils of local schools to take part in the Liverpool Schools Live Workout.   During these unprecedented times, LSSP is keen to raise money for families in need of support.  By

How to support disadvantaged children with their online learning

Currently, there are around 1.8 million children in the UK without adequate electronic devices at home for learning, despite the government’s laptop scheme.   Of those disadvantaged students, only 880,000 have access to internet connection. A mere 51% of households with an income between £6,000-£10,000 per year have internet access, compared to 99% of households with an

Charitable focus from St John Bosco students

Staff and students at St John Bosco Arts College came together to make Christmas a little bit special. Helping to raise money for their local food bank they displayed stars of intention around their building, asking for a donation for each star with all the money they raised going to their

Be the light in the darkness

Students at Alsop High School recorded a special Act of Collective Worship for Holocaust Memorial Day. The short film, features the testimony of Auschwitz Survivor, Mr Zigi Shipper, BEM was shared with partner primary schools, as part of the Alsop Hope 2021 programme. Alsop has a partnership with Holocaust Educational Trust

St Cuthbert’s rolls out rapid testing

St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in St Helens has started the new term with access to rapid COVID-19 testing, to help as many children of critical workers and vulnerable families as possible be able to attend school safely. The lateral flow testing facility was established from day three of the spring