An ambitious plan to drive up activity rates for young people in Liverpool has been launched.
Schools in Liverpool are to get more than half a million pounds to spend on improving physical and mental health – funded by the sugar tax.
A team of mental health support specialists is to be established in Liverpool schools after the city secured almost £2.5 million from the Government.
St Julie’s Catholic high School in Woolton is the latest to be opened as part of a multi-million pound investment by Liverpool City Council.
As we enter into 2019, I want to issue a heartfelt thank you to all the staff and partners of Liverpool … More
THAT was the year that was for Liverpool City Council’s Ways to Work programme!
The training and employment programme has smashed all targets and helped more people than ever before to get the help they need in finding the job they want.
There has been a huge increase in the take-up of 30 hour free childcare in Liverpool.
CHILDREN with mental health issues in Liverpool will get extra help after the city was named as a ‘trailblazer area’ under a new government scheme.
A LIVERPOOL City Council team has become the first of its kind in the country to receive national recognition for the level of support it provides for children with autism.
On Tuesday 18th December a group of 30 primary school children from schools in Speke, will spend the day in Discover … More