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Relationships

We are surrounded by many different types of relationships: family, friends, acquaintances, teachers, pets, partners and all sorts of other people.  When these relationships are healthy, then we thrive. They see us through the good times and help us through the bad times.  However, when…

Support for People with SEND Applying for Higher Education

Support for young people with disabilities applying for Higher Education Liverpool is often described as a city of students. This description not only reflects the choice in educational opportunities in and around the region but also the opportunities the city presents for all young people…

Leisure Activities

Looking for something to do or somewhere to go? From youth clubs and sports activities to museums and libraries, these pages have lots of fun activities and places to visit. Use the filters above to refine your search.

School Admissions

The Admissions Team are responsible for the statutory co-ordination of Primary Reception class place and Secondary Year 7 place allocations each academic year. The co-ordination is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the School Admissions Code. For any general admissions enquiries and to…

Safeguarding

Safeguarding is a term used in the United Kingdom and Ireland to denote measures to protect the health, well-beingand human rights of individuals, which allow people — especially children, young people and vulnerable adults — to live free from abuse, harm and neglect. Any child can be hurt, put at risk of harm or abused, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender or religion. The UK government…

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Domestic Abuse

Domestic abuse can be devastating for individuals, children, families and communities.  The Home Office Definition of Domestic Abuse is:  ‘Any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between those aged 16 or over who are or have been…

Free Early Education For 3 & 4 Year Olds

What is it? Three and four year old children are entitled to receive 15 hours of free early education per week, 38 weeks per year.  This can be administered over three terms or stretched out to suit your needs. How to get it Your child’s…

Free Early Learning for 2 Year Olds

The funding of free early education/childcare places for 2 year olds aims to support the most vulnerable and excluded families and improve outcomes for the most disadvantaged children. Parents or carers of 2 year olds who meet the criteria (below) can access an early education grant to…