Pupils urged to help transform our world

A free virtual summit, organised by charity Global Action Plan, and hosted on its Transform Our World teacher resource hub, will take place from 9-13 November. The event will include 136 sessions hosted by primary and secondary schools, organisations and charities. Running from 9-13 November across five themed days, the summit will provide a collective route for

Locals give views on pupils school street designs

Cycling charity Sustrans have been asking local residents in West Derby to give their views about new designs on streets around four schools in the area. The design proposals are based on a child’s eye view from children who use the streets every day to travel to school. Children worked with the

Scouting for success

A Merseyside group of Scouts celebrate national achievement and community involvement The 4th Crosby & District Scout Group held their first online Annual General Meeting (AGM) to celebrate the success of the group in the past year. The young people aged 6-18 have been working hard to achieve badges and take part

Students from Liverpool scoop top prize at national competition

Two Liverpool Life Sciences UTC students, Joe Thompson and Sofia Wright, have won the UK Water Prize and will now represent the UK in an international final. The UK Water Prize is an annual prize, held by CIWEM (Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management), in partnership with Stockholm International Water

Kyas wins nationwide competition for new animated series

A nationwide competition to find the voice of the lead character for a new animated series has announced that local school-boy, Kyas Ako-parker, Sudley Junior School in Aigburth, has won the main prize to narrate ‘Clean Our Planet: Energy Of Change’. Kyas, aged 11, along with five other children from around