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.
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.
On Tuesday 18th December a group of 30 primary school children from schools in Speke, will spend the day in Discover … More
CAN you make a difference to life in Woolton?
That’s the big question being posed to community and voluntary groups in the Liverpool suburb as part of an annual local grant funding scheme.
Secondary schools in Liverpool are hosting assemblies dedicated to the awareness of knife crime and how young people can help prevent … More
Exceptional children from schools across Liverpool have been recognised for their hard work and dedication as part of Liverpool City Council’s Sensory Service Awards.
Hundreds of extra pupils will get the chance to attend one of Liverpool’s most popular schools – following investment from the Mayor’s £180 million school investment programme.
Get ready to enrol with the council’s Adult Learning Service
Liverpool teenager is the nation’s best young community champ
Liverpool Schools Investment Programme helps city students achieve more.