A level results in Liverpool have improved, according to provisional figures.
Liverpool’s newest school and it’s already being hailed as the best of its kind in the country for children with special educational needs.
Provisional figures show Liverpool has made improvements in primary school standards over the last two years and is continuing to narrow the gap with the national average.
THOUSANDS of children in Liverpool have benefited from a school building scheme that has transformed the educational landscape in the city for generations to come.
Pupils and staff at Gateacre School are celebrating after a rapid increase in standards led the Department for Education to withdraw its plan for it to become an Academy.
A Liverpool secondary school has been praised by Ofsted for ârapid improvementâ over the last two years which has seen it graded as good overall, with outstanding leadership and management.
An ambitious pledge to make education in Liverpool the best in the UK is being launched on Friday 15 September.
Provisional data shows that GCSE results in Liverpool have improved again – with the city above the national average in English and maths.
Liverpool is going maths crazy on Friday 7 July – with schools, nurseries, children’s centres, museums, cafes and even shopping centres involved in a range of activities.Â
The Liverpool Schools Investment Programme created by Mayor Joe Anderson has transformed 23 schools and created 2,000 construction jobs.