Wirral Student Attends Labour Party Conference

Published on 13-03-2013 In October, student Bethany Eason from Bebington High Sports College was chosen to represent the NDCS (National Deaf Childrens Society ) and travel with Alison Mcgovern, MP for Wirral South to the Labour Party Conference to discuss her experiences as a young deaf person in the UK and what changes she felt needed to be made by the government.

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Corrie Star Helps Launch 100th UK School Farm

Published on 12-03-2013 Corrie Star Helps Launch 100th UK School Farm The UK’s 100th school farm at Bebington High Sports College, a co-operative school in Wirral, Merseyside is launched on March 12, with help from a Coronation Street legend turned award-winning cheesemaker. Sean Wilson played the character of Martin Platt on the ITV series for 21 years until he left and set up the Saddleworth Cheese Company. A supporter of local food, he will give a speech at the event, which is a significant landmark in the rise of school farms, just a few years after numbers had slumped and many had closed. The transformation is due to a wider recognition of the huge benefits of school farms in raising educational attainment, as well as a fresh emphasis on educating children about food.

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World Book Day

Published on 07-03-2013  Students and staff at Bebington High Sports College celebrated ‘World Book Day’ on Thursday 7th March. Having been invited to dress as a character from a children’s book, a vast array of creative costumes were displayed including Dorothy from the ‘Wizard of Oz’, Harry Potter and [...]

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Lady Lever Gallery education programme

Published on 10-02-2012 We are pleased to be joined today by the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight. The Gallery is a famous local landmark and has developed an engaging school programme for UK schools.They welcome school groups to all their museums and art galleries, whether they are exploring public [...]

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Liverpool welcomes “city deal”

Published on 07-02-2012 THE Government has formally offered Liverpool a “City Deal” – giving it substantial new powers such as the control of resources to encourage investment and growth.  It comes as the City Council prepares to vote tonight (Tuesday 7 February) on changing its constitution to have a directly [...]

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