Local headteacher up for National Autism Award

Mrs Ania Hildrey, headteacher of Abbot’s Lea School in Woolton, has been shortlisted for the National Autistic Society's prestigious Autism Professionals Awards, in the Achievement by an Individual Education Professional category. The annual awards recognise people, services and schools across the UK who are making a difference to autistic people and

Abbot’s Lea School heads to Germany

The head boy and head girl of Abbot’s Lea School recently represented the specialist school in Germany. The visit was inspired by the Woolton school’s vision to be the international centre of excellence in Autism education, research and professional development. The students took on the task of building international links with a

Liverpool students meet NASA’s chief flight director

Students from the Academy of St Francis Assisi and the Academy of St Nicholas recently got a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet NASA's chief flight director at Liverpool University. 50 students spent the day enjoying a number of science and engineering based activities at the university including communicating with

Review: Western Approaches

During WWII, Prime Minister Winston Churchill ordered that a new Command Headquarters was to be set up in Liverpool - the country’s main convoy port - as Plymouth was no longer a suitable location. The site for the new HQ was underneath Exchange Flags, forming a top secret bunker which was

Meet the RefreshED 2019 headline speaker

The end of May will see RefreshED 2019 take place at Liverpool Hope University. Created by the team at Angel Solutions, the event offers talks and interactive workshops from leading education experts, which promises to leave attendees refreshed and equipped to tackle the challenges the sector faces. On Friday 24 May, the