Four new classrooms for Rainford High

Rainford High has been a hive of activity this week as four new classrooms were lifted into the school grounds by an 80m crane.  The classrooms will form a new geography block, which will allow the school’s SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) Everyone Succeeds Centre to expand into a full suite of classrooms in the main school building.  The

Schools encouraged to get involved in Census 2021

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is launching educational resources to teach pupils all about the census. The ONS set up a census secondary school programme back in September to support Census 2021. The programme, developed by EVERFI EdComs, aims to teach pupils about the importance of the census and how

Wargrave plant trees to support the environment

The Post 16 provision of Wargrave House School and College marked the first planting of 420 saplings at a tree planting ceremony at Enovert Community Trust site in Haydock. The saplings, which will not only improve the air we all breathe, will also help to enhance local green spaces for the

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

Rainford High students get creative for the NHS

Students of key workers who are continuing to go into school have been finding ways to support the NHS and Rainford High has been a hub of creativity as students have made colourful scrubs bags for NHS workers. Using materials from different departments from around the school, staff set up a makeshift sewing room in the library. The simple,