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

The Power of Portrait at Our Lady’s Primary

The reception children at Our Lady of Lourdes RC Nursery and Primary school in Birkdale always enjoy their creative learning in school. They have become very proficient in the art of observational drawings and paintings despite their age. Assistant head and early years lead Helen McMullan felt sure that their skills

Liverpool primary school puts pupil wellbeing first

A Liverpool primary school is leading the way in supporting pupils’ mental health and wellbeing during the pandemic, using digital technology. Broadgreen Primary School in Oakhill Road, Old Swan was one of the first schools in the country to sign up to Discovery Education Health and Relationships – a new digital

Principal of St Vincent’s School shares his thoughts about teachers receiving the vaccine sooner 

Following the Government’s announcement on Monday, Educate has reached out to headteachers and senior leaders to find out how they are feeling about the new lockdown and whether the teaching profession should be given the vaccine sooner.  We speak to Dr John Patterson, principal of St Vincent’s School - a specialist school for sensory impairment and other needs.  Do you think teachers should be

Young Formby filmmakers plead for our planets future

A talented group of Formby primary school pupils inspired by David Attenborough have made a film to highlight the importance of looking after our planet. Year 5 children at Redgate Primary School in Formby returned to school after lockdown in September shocked and worried about the enormous amounts of rubbish left