25 Days of Kindness at Alsop High

This week, Alsop High School launched its ‘25 Days of Kindness’ initiative to encourage young people to be ambassadors of hope and renewal within their school and community.  The school has appointed 30 Year 7 ambassadors to ‘be the change they want to see’.  The 30 Alsop Ambassadors are young people who

Rainford High students raise awareness about dangers of ketamine

Performing arts students from Rainford High have created a short drama performance about the consequences of ketamine use, as part of a St Helens-wide competition.  Merseyside Police partnered with St Helens Council, St Helens RLFC and the NHS to create a campaign that warns young people of the dangers of ketamine, after

Free new STEM programme launched for schools

Schools across the UK can now apply to host their own STEM inspiration event in school, with the launch of a new free STEM-based programme.  ‘The Big Bang at School Blueprint’ includes everything schools need to host an inspiring STEM day, filled with science, technology and engineering activities that help students

Wallasey students promote anti-bullying at school

Students at St Mary’s Catholic College, Wallasey, have come together to promote equality, diversity, inclusion and kindness within the school. The ‘Anti-bullying Ambassadors’ are made up of 12 students from Years 9, 11, 12 and 13. The group was originally set up in 2021 as part of the school’s #BEKIND campaign and

Government to boost language learning

The Department for Education has announced that thousands more students will benefit from high-quality language teaching as part of a programme to boost the number of pupils taking languages like Spanish, French and German at GCSE and A-level.  Leading schools in language teaching will form a new Centre of Excellence, comprised