Gold deaf-friendly standard for Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022

The Birmingham 2022 organising committee becomes the first organisation to receive the bronze, silver and now gold Deaf-friendly Standard.  There have been over 260 gold medals awarded to athletes from over 25 different nations so far at the games and the Birmingham Games 2022 itself is also joining them in receiving

Annual Schools’ Dragon Boat Race a huge success

After a two-year break, eight Merseyside region schools took part in the Liverpool Confucius Institute’s CI Annual Schools’ Dragon Boat Race, hosted by University of Liverpool’s Confucius Institute (LCI) and 4 Dragons Ltd, at Liverpool Watersports Centre at Queens Dock, Liverpool.   Under bright blue sunny skies, to the sound of

Schools’ Dragon Boat Race returns for 2022

After a two-year break during the pandemic, the University of Liverpool Confucius Institute (LCI) is excited to announce the return of the Annual Schools’ Dragon Boat Race in collaboration with Liverpool Water Sports Centre at Queen’s Dock. Participation is free of charge for all participating schools, many of which were invited

Schools celebrate sporting tournament

Liverpool School Sports Partnership (LSSP) held its very successful Year 11 Boys’ Football Tournament at Archbishop Beck Catholic Sports College, Liverpool. Jason Evans, competition manager and coach support at LSSP, said: “What a tournament this was, seeing the Year 11s battle it out for the honour of best Liverpool school was

St Cuthbert’s crowned Rugby League Boys School Champions

A thrilling season closer for St Cuthbert's Catholic High School sees them crowned the Year 11 Rugby League Boys Champion School.  The St Helens side wrapped up the title with a 42-16 win on Wednesday night, against St Benedict's from Whitehaven.  The Champion Schools tournament is a full contact knock-out rugby league