MSP celebrates 12 months of The Daily Mile

In December 2018 news reached Merseyside that it had been selected for National Lottery funding through Sport England, to support primary schools to implement The Daily Mile initiative. Not-for-profit organisation MSP was tasked with leading on the local support offer here in the county. It aims to help Merseyside feel the

Rising star of hockey

Well done to Carmel College student Kirsten Bottom who has been selected for the England National Colleges hockey team! 17-year-old Kirsten has been playing hockey since she was eight years old and has played for Prescot Hockey Club for five years. Kirsten said: “I have always loved sport for as long as

Fazakerley and Walton schools raise money for Children in Need

Staff from seven schools in the Fazakerley and Walton areas took part in a sponsored run for Children in Need. The imaginatively named ‘The School Run’ took a basic route just over eight miles and incorporated each school along the route. Neil Mattocks, higher level teaching assistant and Children in Need school

Rainford High’s PE Department awarded Quality Mark

The PE Department at Rainford High is celebrating after being given a Quality Mark with Distinction by the Association for Physical Education (afPE) for ‘demonstrating outstanding commitment to improvement in physical education, school sport and physical activity’. The school heavily prides its self on a rich and varied sports curriculum, together

Award for school

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School was named ‘Primary School of the Year’ at the Sefton Sports Awards. The award is given to a primary school which has demonstrated extra commitment to sport within the last 12 months through the development of new initiatives or programmes which go above and beyond