Head of autism research and development at Abbot’s Lea School is awarded a PhD

Abbot’s Lea School’s head of autism research and development has successfully completed her doctoral studies, with the award of the highest possible academic qualification, a PhD, further enhancing the school’s focus on research and evidence-based practice.  Dr Sara Muršić completed her doctoral thesis titled ‘Exploring the implementation of augmented reality in

Academy of Teacher Education at Lydiate Learning Trust

The Lydiate Learning Trust Academy of Teacher Education opened a year ago and has become well established in the region. The teacher training and development centre, located in Vortex House, Liverpool, is also home to the Associated Merseyside Partnership School Centred Initial Teacher Training. Lydiate Learning Trust, in partnership with many other

Childwall’s successful Opportunities Fair

Leaders at Childwall Sports and Science Academy recognise the importance of careers guidance and of students being involved in enriching activities outside of school hours. In March, the school held its first Opportunities Fair. Mrs Koemer, careers manager, explained: “We work with many inspiring professionals who share their career stories,

Ace move for Lucy

Carmel College Upper Sixth student, Lucy Cunliffe, has received a tennis scholarship at the University of Virginia’s College at Wise (UVA Wise) and will be majoring in exercise science, which is a four-year course, due to start this summer. Lucy recently had the opportunity to experience college life as she stayed

Students learn about university life

This term saw Belvedere Academy’s first residential trip in over two years, and where better to take its students than the beautiful city of Cambridge and its university. 14 of its Year 12 students, all studying STEM subjects and interested in taking them further to university, had the opportunity to visit