Nugent appeal to identify people in historic picture

Nugent, a local charity, is appealing for help in identifying people featured in an historic photo taken in Liverpool in the 1970s. The rare photo, which the charity uncovered on a recent visit to the Catholic Pictoral archives, shows a large group of children, young people and adults outside the Cathedral

Students ‘Stand Together’ on Holocaust Memorial Day

Students from Alsop High School and partner primary schools attended Liverpool Town Hall for the civic service for Holocaust Memorial Day. During the presentation, they highlighted how genocidal regimes have marginalised certain groups. They reminded those assembled how people had successfully challenged oppression. The theme of Holocaust Memorial Day 2020 was “Stand

For that perfect school travel experience

Working with teachers from schools around the UK, Travel-bound have tailor-made school trips to provide the stimulus and inspiration for students to develop into lifelong learners. You can choose from a wide-array of city destinations within Europe; stay at Travelbound’s Château du Molay to experience the landing beaches and French markets

Pupils remember the PALs

Alsop High School students have recently returned from a study tour of Belgium and France. The Year 9 students had the privilege of joining a coach of students from Merseyside as part of a First World War Battlefields Tour organised by The University of London Institute of Education. The students stayed

Students remember Walton Pals

Students from Alsop High School made a poignant pilgrimage to France to remember the local men who sacrificed their lives during World War One. The students laid a wreath at Thiepval to remember Percy Tucker and the 29 young men from Walton Church who gave their lives during the Battle of