Jamil’s journey from refugee to trainee teacher

A former student of the King’s Leadership Academy Liverpool, who came to Liverpool from Afghanistan 14 years’ ago, has returned to his academy school as a trainee maths teacher. Jamil Wali arrived as a seven-year-old in Liverpool from Afghanistan unable to speak English and never dreaming that one day he would be

Record numbers of students take up university places

More than 210,000 18-year-old students in England have had their university places confirmed, with 192,000 at their first choice and increases in top grades for students from all backgrounds. A record rate of students from disadvantaged backgrounds will be starting university courses, up 11% proportionately on last year. Nineteen per cent of

Mosslands School: An Outstanding Commitment to STEM

by All About STEM After an extremely difficult year for all, it was absolutely fantastic to celebrate education and inspiration at the Educate Awards and present ‘the amazing’ Mosslands School with our Outstanding Commitment to STEM Award. Staff, parents and students in all settings have worked tirelessly together to keep our young people learning throughout the

Tutor offers GCSE maths support for free

Robin Steere MBE is offering free help to GCSE students in isolation should they require maths tuition during this period.  Via skype, the tuition covers over 100 complete maths lessons including GCSE maths foundation and higher levels.  Robin has over 50 years teaching experience and since retirement 25 years ago, he has dedicated his time by volunteering at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital teaching maths to