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

North West schoolboy exhibits at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Show

Talented young artist Nathan Holmes who lives in Whiston, in Merseyside, has had a colour pencil drawing selected from over 33,000 submissions by the judges at the Royal Academy of Arts London.  In total only 572 pieces were selected and Nathan is the only young man to be selected from the

GCSE results day recognises students’ hard work

GCSE results day recognises students' hard work Students across the region returned to school last week to collect their GCSE results. Results this year followed the national trend set by A-levels, hitting their highest levels ever with students having adapted positively to the new way in which they were accessed this year. As

Schools celebrate great GCSE results

Staff and students were celebrating as results came in for their GCSEs this week. Pupils have adapted positively to the new way in which they were assessed this year and many have achieved incredible results with which to take the next exciting steps on their journey It comes after the second year

Pupils celebrate GCSE results as grades rise

Students across the region celebrated their GCSE results as results came in across the North West. GCSE results nationwide have followed the trend set by A-levels earlier in the week, hitting their highest levels ever. It comes after the second year that teacher assessments were used to determine students’ grades following the