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Creating a positive future

A 14-year-old boy with autism is on a mission to spread joy and positivity by launching his own t-shirt line. Oliver Reece-Woods who attends Rainford High, had a difficult time at his previous high school where his mum Lisa Woods says he was labelled as “naughty and problematic”. But after switching to Rainford High, Oliver… Read more »

Liverpool’s mental health and emotional wellbeing conference for schools

Liverpool’s first ever education related mental health conference will take place in October at the M&S Bank Arena. Funded by the Liverpool Learning Partnership, Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group and supported by Liverpool City Council’s Families Programme, Education in Mind will be a one-day conference that will explore various key issues surrounding mental health and emotional… Read more »

Experiencing life on the continent

French and Spanish students from Winstanley College have had the chance to immerse themselves in the language and culture of the country through a unique work experience programme. The programme, organised through specialist company Halsbury, includes a tailored trip to France or Spain, with the chance to stay with a host family and choice of… Read more »

Marathon effort

CER Education’s very own Mo Farah / Forrest Gump / Usain Bolt aka Paul Prescott headed down to the big smoke to run the London Marathon. After four months of training, early Sunday morning long runs, gruelling mid week training runs after a 10 hour working day ……..and substituting his beloved red wine and beers… Read more »

Study, learn and teach at LJMU

BA Hons Learning, Development and Support at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) is the ideal preparation for Initial Teacher Training (ITT) in primary or early years education, with students being able to complete their degree while still working full time in an educational setting.   Classes take place on Saturdays so that students can continue… Read more »