Rainford High donates over 900 Easter eggs to the local community

Students, staff and families at Rainford High School in St Helens have come together to donate Easter eggs for local causes. Every Easter the school encourages its community to donate Easter eggs, of any size and value, for causes who need them the most. This year, Rainford High received over 900 chocolate

Podcast launched by BBC Bitesize to aid GCSE revision

The first ever BBC Bitesize revision podcasts will launch on BBC Sounds and BBC Bitesize on 31 March to help students revise and prepare for their biology and English literature GCSEs.  All of the podcasts are curriculum-linked, checked by teachers and mapped to GCSE exam boards, offering learners an accessible way

Rainford High takes on The Tempest at Floral Pavilion Theatre

Students at Rainford High in St Helens recently had the exciting opportunity to participate in the Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation‘s Theatre Festival.   Each year, the festival invites young people from different schools across the UK to perform a Shakespeare play on stage in professional theatres in front of a large

Knowsley Safari teaches pupils about AI conservation

Students at Lord Derby Academy in Huyton, have been learning about how pioneering artificial intelligence (AI) can protect wildlife around the world during a field trip to Merseyside’s Knowsley Safari, as part of its innovative Eco-Coders programme.   Developed in partnership with Conservation AI – an interdisciplinary project, and the National