Winstanley’s history helps to shape its future

Winstanley College is a dynamic, forward-thinking sixth form, constantly seeking excellence. The college is deep rooted in history, with its origins tracing back over 350 years to the old Upholland Grammar School. The institution always strived to be the best in the area and numerous headteachers fought for each and every

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

Be the light in the darkness

Students at Alsop High School recorded a special Act of Collective Worship for Holocaust Memorial Day. The short film, features the testimony of Auschwitz Survivor, Mr Zigi Shipper, BEM was shared with partner primary schools, as part of the Alsop Hope 2021 programme. Alsop has a partnership with Holocaust Educational Trust

National Museums Liverpool venues to reopen

National Museums Liverpool (NML) has announced that its museums and galleries will reopen to the public on Wednesday 2 December. The news comes following the government’s announcement that Liverpool will be in Tier 2 when the latest restrictions come to an end. The Walker Art Gallery, World Museum, Museum of Liverpool, Maritime