Abbot’s Lea School receives National Autistic Status

A pioneering specialist school in Liverpool has been awarded an Advanced Accredited School Status by the National Autistic Society. Abbot’s Lea School, based in Woolton, Liverpool, was recognised as an expert institution for its unrivalled commitment to understanding autism and setting the standard for autism practice in education. Autism Accreditation is the

School celebrates as two teams reach national football finals

Students and staff at St Mary’s College in Crosby are celebrating after football teams in two age groups reached the final of a prestigious national competition. The college had never previously made it through to the last two of a national tournament, but this season both the under-12 and under-15 sides

Going the extra mile – Youth Award Programmes explored

By Hannah Fowler Whether it’s the arts, sport or STEM, many students take part in extra-curricular activities to gain new skills and stand out in their chosen career paths. Well-recognised youth award programmes are now common place and give young people the formal recognition and accreditation for their achievements. Educate takes

St Cuthbert’s wins PE equipment for girls football

Students from St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in St Helens are enjoying a batch of brand new PE equipment, after enrolling in the FA and Youth Sport Trust girls football programme, Game Of Our Own. The school was awarded the equipment in a prize draw for completing a survey managed by

Liverpool specialist school scoops national award

Abbot’s Lea School, a specialist school in Woolton has been honoured with a prestigious award by charity, nasen (National Association of Special Educational Needs). nasen, which supports and champions those working with, and for, children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and learning differences, announced this year’s winners in an online celebration. Abbot’s Lea