Jamil’s journey from refugee to trainee teacher

A former student of the King’s Leadership Academy Liverpool, who came to Liverpool from Afghanistan 14 years’ ago, has returned to his academy school as a trainee maths teacher. Jamil Wali arrived as a seven-year-old in Liverpool from Afghanistan unable to speak English and never dreaming that one day he would be

Return to the wilderness

Rainford High kick started the Year 7 experience at high school as 245 students went on a Bushcraft adventure to Castle Howard in Yorkshire.  The school has run the Bushcraft activity for the past seven years, although due to the pandemic, they were unable to last year. This week, the new students got to experience this rite of passage and staff were delighted

Putting ART into the heART of Liverpool Heartbeat

Alsop High School students are celebrating their creativity and success after their high quality artwork entries have won prizes in the Liverpool Heartbeat Art competition 'Putting ART into the heART of Liverpool Heartbeat.' The prize winners attended the awards ceremony at Bluecoat Art Gallery in Liverpool City Centre. The competition was

Soaring to the heights together

Alsop High School sent congratulations to the Alsop Year 11 class of 2021 as they soar to new heights together, following its students' GCSE results. Mr Paul Masher, headteacher said: “Alsop is immensely proud to celebrate the achievement of so many students and so many success stories which demonstrate elite levels of

Schools shortlisted at St Helens Borough Business Awards

Two St Helens schools have been shortlisted at this year’s St Helens Borough Business Awards to take place on Friday 15 October at the Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens. Rainford High School Partnership and St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School have both been shortlisted for the Education & Business Partnership Award, whilst