Edge Hill expert examines Liverpool’s Child Friendly City ambition

In recognition of World Children’s Day on 20 November, Professor Carol Robinson from Edge Hill University will host a special conference to share leading research on children’s health and wellbeing. The event forms part of the ongoing project by Liverpool City Council (LCC) to turn Liverpool into a UNICEF Child Friendly

Schools to benefit from further specialist training to help pupils combat bullying

Thousands of schools in England are set to benefit from further support and training to help pupils combat bullying, learn to value each other’s differences, and improve wellbeing for staff the government has announced. As Anti-Bullying Week gets underway, the Department for Education has confirmed funding for five leading organisations to support schools and

School leaders urge government to publish SEND Review

School leaders’ union, National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) which brings together professionals from a range of sectors including education, health and care has urged the government to publish its SEND review at its virtual SEND Conference. The event will see the union urge that they accelerate and publish its SEND Review,

Four new classrooms for Rainford High

Rainford High has been a hive of activity this week as four new classrooms were lifted into the school grounds by an 80m crane.  The classrooms will form a new geography block, which will allow the school’s SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) Everyone Succeeds Centre to expand into a full suite of classrooms in the main school building.  The