Competition returns

dot-art Schools inter-school art competition is a well-established fixture in the academic calendar for many Merseyside schools. Due to its success and a partnership with Liverpool John Moores University, a parallel programme was also launched in 2017 for Cheshire schools. Since its inception in 2012 almost 7000 students from 398 schools

Students work to create a Vibrant School

A 12-week project, involving over 50 students, to create a vibrant art wall and growing area came to fruition recently. St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in St Helens working in partnership with HYPE Merseyside have completed the first two of six projects that will transform previously empty spaces in the Berrys

Winstanley heads stateside

Politics and law students from Winstanley College recently visited New York and Washington on a (mostly!) educational trip, which saw them delve into the history of American politics. On the New York itinerary was a trip to Wall Street, The Stock Exchange and United Nations, whilst in Washington the highlight

Fazakerley High School pupils remember the fallen

Key Stage 3 pupils from Fazakerley High School have made poppies out of recycled plastic bottles and put them on display in the main school reception area. The pupils have been learning about the Great War and wanted to commemorate the centennial of the 1918 Armistice. Staff from the art department said that the history of

Pupils from Skelmersdale Primary School star in international exhibition

Children from Little Digmoor Primary School have starred in an international photography exhibition to promote the importance of hygiene in schools. Little Digmoor Primary School recently hosted renowned photographer Åsa Sjostrom, who spent two days at the school capturing shots for the Essity and Fotografiska Hand-to-Hand exhibition in Stockholm. Several children featured