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LDST commends the region’s community spirit

The Liverpool Diocesan Schools Trust (LDST) has commended the community spirit shown by the education sector during the COVID-19 pandemic. The multi-academy trust, which has 16 schools within its group, has been left inspired by the show of solidarity from school teams, pupils and students, along with families and the wider community. LDST is particularly keen to applaud everyone that is donating to local causes, supporting small businesses and helping those… Read more »

Balance curriculum tool free to all primary schools

Educate Awards sponsor, Angel Solutions’ Balance curriculum tool is currently available to primary schools free of charge. Curriculum is at the heart of everything Balance does at primary schools. Many will have concerns about the future, and anticipate how curriculum must and will change to accommodate the impact of this current break in education. The free curriculum tool is ideal during this time as it can be used it to… Read more »

Satis Education takes the lead with new sponsorship

Satis Education launches new website

Satis Education has launched a new recruitment website in order to effectively support its clients during these unprecedented timed.  Due to COVID-19, the social enterprise – which offers executive leadership recruitment and consultancy services to the education sector – has developed a new website in a bid to meet the needs of schools, academies and colleges… Read more »

North West schools make the finals of The Big Bang Fair

A number of fantastic schools from across the North West have made the finals of this year’s The Big Bang Competition, part of The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair. The Fair is the largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) for young people in the UK and will be returning… Read more »

LDST appoints new CEO

The Liverpool Diocesan Schools Trust (LDST) has announced the appointment of Laurie Kwissa as its new CEO. Following two years as the trust education officer, Laurie will take over from Father Richard Peers and will continue to lead the family of 16 schools which are part of the trust, as well as building further partnerships… Read more »