Making a splash for World Ocean Day

Incorporating topics related to the environment and sustainability in schools’ curriculums is a topic that is gaining more and more attention in the world of education – and rightfully so. It can be difficult to know where to begin; nearly one in five teachers in the USA say they have

Liverpool primary school forms unique partnership with Ukrainian school

Many memories have been made this month with Eurovision being hosted in the UK for the first time in over 20 years. One Liverpool primary school formed a close bond with a school in Ukraine as they became ‘United by Music’. Faith Primary Academy in Everton struck up a partnership with

Rugby stars help champion pupils’ mental health

Hundreds of primary school pupils across the North West took part in a tag rugby tournament at Sale Sharks’ training ground in Greater Manchester to help champion children’s mental health. The ‘Are you AO-K’ tournament was co-hosted by online electricals retailer AO and the Premiership Rugby club’s charitable arm – the

England ranks 4th in international reading report

The reading performance of primary school children in England has been ranked fourth in an international report out of 43 countries.  The Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) assesses the reading skills of 9 to 10-year-olds globally. It is conducted every five years. In the 2021 report, released today (16 May 2023),

Wildflower seeds for every primary school class in honour of coronation

To mark the Coronation of King Charles III on 6 May, all state funded primary schools will be sent wildflower seeds that will empower children across the country to discover the joys of nature.  The government-funded project was inspired by His Majesty The King’s love of nature and aims to encourage children