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,

Students help develop new reading project

Students across the Lydiate Learning Trust are developing a love of reading by participating in Project L – the Trust’s new reading initiative. Project L will see all students across the trust’s two secondary schools – Deyes High School in Maghull, and Childwall Sports and Science Academy - reading for pleasure

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

Knowledge is power at Alsop High School

This term Alsop High School has taken a different approach to homework with the introduction of Knowledge Organisers for every year group. The introduction of Knowledge Organisers at Alsop is an important component of the newly created five-year curriculum where powerful knowledge is explicit and identifies what students must know, understand

Winstanley students support Ghana from afar

A group of 14 students from Winstanley College have raised £4000 for the charity Enliven Mama Africa. The first and second year Winstanley College students, began fundraising last September with the original plan of travelling to Ghana in June to help build an IT centre, but due to COVID-19, the travel