The new Model Music Curriculum has real strengths

By Chris Cobb, CEO, ABRSM The Department for Education’s (DfE) launch last month of a new Model Music Curriculum was an important public acknowledgement of the vital contribution that arts subjects make to the education and prospects of children today. It is also a vital step towards stemming the very significant decline

Talented Carmel student selected for National Youth Choir

An upper sixth student from Carmel College has been selected for the National Youth Choir of Great Britain (NYCGB)! Yasmin Al-Zuhairi has been singing in choirs such as the Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir for a couple of years now but a few weeks ago, Yasmin auditioned for the National Youth Choir

Liverpool Peace Proms 2021 announced

Following the huge success of Liverpool Peace Proms over the past four years, they are delighted to announce that Peace Proms will once again take place in Liverpool in 2021. Registrations are now open and the final concert will take place at the M & S Bank Arena at 3pm on

Rainford High’s Little Shop of Horrors

Talented students at Rainford High recently came together to deliver a dazzling performance of Little Shop of Horrors. The musical involved students from across all year groups who portrayed many of the key characters from the film. The production was based on the low-budget 1960 dark comedy film and the music was

Formby get into ‘The Groove’

Formby High School recently presented their annual dance show ‘The Groove’ which took place at the school’s creative and culture home, The Atkinson, in Southport. And this year’s performance delivered a whole host of styles, genres and narratives on stage – from middle eastern genies, the ‘Boy in the Striped Pyjamas’,