Welcome back!

We are delighted to see all our students back in school, it has been so quiet without you all. We are so proud of each and every one of you and how you engaged with your home learning.

VRP Drugs and Mental Health Survey


Please watch this video for more information:

We want to hear from children and young people (13-18) from across Sefton.

We have been commissioned by the Violence Reduction Partnership (VRP) to gather the views of young people regarding drug use and mental health across the Sefton borough.

The VRP is one of eighteen units across England and Wales, set up to respond to the increasing levels of crime in communities. The VRP includes organisations from the Health, Voluntary and Community Sector, Schools, Police and Local Authorities.

We are interested in gathering your views on:
-The types of substances used in your area

-How access to substances may have changed

-How the pandemic may have affected young people’s mental health

We would be very grateful if you could take the time to fill in this survey and let us know your thoughts.

This survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete.

Please return by 22nd March 2021`

For more information, please contact:
Georgia Ribbens

Young Advisors Project Officer

Tel: 07850328022

Email: georgia.ribbens@seftoncvs.org.uk

Magdalene Liverpool Conference 2021 for KS4 students

Registration has now opened for the upcoming ‘Liverpool Conference’ for KS4 students, and their parents, who may consider applying to competitive universities.

The events are free, and will be allocated on a first come first served basis, but registration is required.

Further information and registration forms can be found on our website: https://www.magd.cam.ac.uk/undergraduate/access-and-outreach/liverpool-conference

UCL Podcast – “Survivors”

It aims to bring the latest academic research on the Holocaust into the classroom. ‘Survivors’ is a conversation between Dr Rebecca Clifford of Swansea University and the Centre for Holocaust Education about her recent ground-breaking book Survivors: Children’s Lives After the Holocaust. Aimed at educators who are teaching about the Holocaust and considering its legacy, it’s also fascinating for anyone just curious about the past and the intriguing stories of child survivors of the Holocaust.