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

Pupils create a virtual assembly for Remembrance Day

Year 1 pupils from St Paul & St Timothy’s Catholic Infant School in West Derby, produced a virtual assembly for Remembrance Day. The video was shared with all the children in the school as they led them in prayer and helped pupils think about all those who have lost their lives

Morrisons to introduce service to feed self-isolating schoolkids

Morrisons has launched a new meal delivery service for schools that are feeding primary school children who are having to self-isolate. The supermarket is working with schools to provide kids who would normally be eligible for free-school meals with breakfast, lunch and snacks, seven days a week - for as long

Well-read pupils launch 100 books scheme

Reading has always been a priority at Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Primary School in Netherton, but since March the school has become more mindful as many of their pupils were not able to access books and regularly reading. The school is in the middle of constructing a new library, which is