LSSP secure funding from the UEFA Foundation for Children

LSSP (Liverpool School Sports Partnership) has been approved for funding from the UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) Foundation for Children. On World Children’s Day 2020, the UEFA Foundation for Children approved 55 new projects across the world. One of these successful projects was submitted by LSSP – just one of

School meal provider Food for Thought supports ‘BMX Eat Repeat’ initiative

Liverpool-based social enterprise Food For Thought rounded off its 2020 by joining forces with local community groups to deliver a free event that addressed the issue of food insecurity and provided fun for young people from across the city. The ‘BMX Eat Repeat’ initiative saw the organisation join forces with Peloton

School celebrates as two teams reach national football finals

Students and staff at St Mary’s College in Crosby are celebrating after football teams in two age groups reached the final of a prestigious national competition. The college had never previously made it through to the last two of a national tournament, but this season both the under-12 and under-15 sides

St Cuthbert’s wins PE equipment for girls football

Students from St Cuthbert’s Catholic High School in St Helens are enjoying a batch of brand new PE equipment, after enrolling in the FA and Youth Sport Trust girls football programme, Game Of Our Own. The school was awarded the equipment in a prize draw for completing a survey managed by

Going the extra mile for school

Alsop High School has sent their congratulations to teacher Mr Tony Williams for participating in the ‘Virtual London Marathon’ on Sunday 4 October. Mr Williams a head of year at Alsop ran 26.2 miles across the Wirral to raise funds for St Vincent’s School, a specialist school for sensory impairment and