Worthy winners of the 500 Word Writing Competition announced

Award winning children’s authors Frank Cottrell Boyce, Joseph Delaney and Patrice Lawrence, alongside twelve other judges, have revealed the winning entries to the popular Alsop High School 500 Word Writing Competition. Launched on World Book Day, Alsop’s many entrants submitted their stories in the hope of winning their particular category: KS3,

Well-read pupils launch 100 books scheme

Reading has always been a priority at Our Lady of Walsingham Catholic Primary School in Netherton, but since March the school has become more mindful as many of their pupils were not able to access books and regularly reading. The school is in the middle of constructing a new library, which is

Pupils from Banks Road Hub say: “Thank You NHS”

Banks Road Hub, a collection of three primary schools in Speke, has been working together to provide continued education for children of key workers and vulnerable children from the area in these unprecedented times. Staff and pupils from Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School and St Austin's Catholic Primary School who have

Celebrating books

Schools and pupils are being offered the chance to celebrate the joys of reading at the Liverpool Children’s Festival of Reading, which will run from June 24 to July 12. The festival is a celebration of books for children and young people throughout the city of Liverpool and is an initiative

ASFA crowned winners of Debate Mate Regional Championships

The Academy of St Francis of Assisi (ASFA) are celebrating after winning the Debate Mate Liverpool Championships and securing 5th place in the Urban Debate Cup, meaning two ASFA teams will be heading to London for the National Cups later this term. Debate Mate offers a dedicated programme to schools across