Our colleagues at Wirral Met are asking schools to publicise the fact that, with the support of the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, from September 2019 they can now offer the majority of their level two courses FREE of charge to those who earn less than £17,550 or £9 per hour.Free-level-2-courses-for-adults-poster
Thanks to the generosity of the Tranmere Rovers Trust and the local community, twenty Ridgeway students and families will be making their way to Wembley to support Tranmere Rovers FC, who play Newport County in the League Two play-off final on Saturday 25 May.
Here are a few comments from the Tranmere Rovers Trust Twitter feed:
Thanks to the generosity of our fans just off out to distribute over 115 Wembley tickets to @VentureBoxing @SeanTrodden @RHSWirral @SimonCrabtree12 Going to be a lot of excited kids tonight-SWA equivalent of Xmas Eve #newferryrangers #swa #trfc #tranmere@Tranmere_Trust
Absolutely fantastic effort – great initiative by Tranmere Trust …… well played. Look forward to seeing you all down here tonight/tomorrow
Absolutely amazing one community coming together
As a result of our work during Anti-Bullying Week earlier in the year, Ridgeway High School has been recognised as the Anti-Bullying Ambassador School of the Month for March 2019.
Miss Grundy said: “This is a fantastic achievement, as we have been chosen out of a pool of over 1200 active anti-bullying ambassador schools!”
More details to follow.
Massive congratulations to Mr Metcalf and the PE department who have won the School Communication Award at the Echo Schools Awards!
Mr Metcalf later tweeted: “Another proud moment to recognise all of the hard work of our students and PE staff this year.”
Learn more about this year’s Echo Schools Awards.
Make sure you are following the PE department on Twitter.