Everyman and Playhouse offers for schools

For the upcoming Autumn season, the Everyman and Playhouse theatres have some discounts and offers on for schools looking to incorporate entertainment into their school life. The first is Frantic Assembly’s Othello. This award-winning take on Shakespeare’s tragedy of paranoia and murder is a text many pupils are familiar with.  For students

BBC to visit up to 10,000 students a day

Today, the BBC’s landmark centenary education project, BBC 100 Share Your Story, has resumed in schools across the UK. More than 2000 face-to-face storytelling and careers sessions will be delivered in over 700 school visits in the next 15 weeks. The tour will reach up to 10,000 students each day and over

UK’s biggest RSE lesson returns

The biggest online relationships and sex education (RSE) lesson is returning once again on 14 September 2022 at 10am. Young people’s sexual health and wellbeing charity, Brook, are inviting schools to join their free, one hour broadcast led by experts. The live lesson will explore this year’s sexual health week theme of

St Cuthbert’s improve on GCSE results

Last Thursday, students from St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in St Helens celebrated after receiving their GCSE results. The school’s conservatory was filled with smiling parents and students. After two years of very different celebrations, the St Cuthbert's community were able to gather again to celebrate examination-assessed results. 46% of students achieved five grades 4-9

Deyes High School celebrate KS4 results

Yesterday, Deyes High School in Liverpool welcomed back its year 11 students to collect their Key Stage 4 results.  Members of staff from the school said they were immensely proud of the way the students have shown such strength of character and resilience as they approached the examinations this year.  61% of