Monday, December 11, 2023
Home Education


Agnes Jones House student accommodation (c) LJMU

Student accommodation availability in Liverpool set to increase

Student accommodation is expected to become more available and therefore cheaper across Merseyside with over 1,000 additional beds coming onto the housing market this year. While most cities are suffering from shortages in student rentals, Liverpool is one of few...
(c) Sport the library on Wikimedia Commons

How a paralympic sport creates level playing field for schoolchildren

A ball game which features in the Paralympics is being used in Merseyside schools to encourage inclusivity and participation. The sport ‘Boccia’ - which means ‘ball’ in Italian - was originally set up to support those with cerebral palsy. It...
Mr Maddens (Martin Freeman) vs Formby primary school teacher Mr Matthew King

First class Formby primary school teacher named teacher of year

  Formby's Matthew King has been awarded the prestigious title of one of the country's best teachers by the Pearson National Teaching Awards. His name was put forward for the competition by two co-workers after they forgot to get him a...

MerseyNewsLive TV

Lois Adeshile and Anna Rainey present the  MerseyNewsLive TV weekly round up of news and sport from the region. Directed by George McHugh:      
Royal Liverpool Hospital Demolition (c) Dais Wilson

Share your memories of the original Liverpool Royal Hospital

After opening 45 years ago, Liverpool Royal Hospital closed its doors for the final time last October due to major issues in infrastructure. The building has remained vacant since, but over the last few days demolition work has began to...
Walking to Hilbre Island (c) Abigail Ford

MerseyNewsLive TV bulletin October 31 2023

Olivia Beatty and Abbi Ford bring you the latest news and sport from around the region from the MerseyNewsLive TV team, including how to protect your business from cybercrime and  ambitious plans to restore Hilbre Island's derelict buildings: Featured image:...
Image of Communal bins, taken by Georgia Chapman

The hidden dangers lurking in your recycling bin

Disused batteries are becoming a major issue for the safety of bin men and members of the public. Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority say batteries can cause fires if not disposed of properly. There have been incidents in the past where...
MerseyNewsLive-giving a voice to the voiceless logo (c) George McHugh

TV bulletin – your weekly round-up of news and sport from MerseyNewsLive

MerseyNewsLive TV presenters Kate Farley and John Hughes  bring you our round-up of news and sport across the region:
Photo taken by Olivia Beatty

Cost-of-living crisis forces one in three students to live at home

Up to one in three students are now living at home while studying, due to rising accommodation costs. A recent report published by HEPI (the Higher Education Policy Institute) found that students are finding it increasingly difficult to live on...
Deborah Mclarten, Managing Director of Love Reading 4 Kids talking to Ranworth Students- Taken by Cassie Ward

Local primary school receives £1,000 to encourage reading for pleasure

Ranworth Square Primary School in Norris Green had received £1,000 to spend on books for their library to promote reading for pleasure across the school. The books arrived at Ranworth Square Primary School yesterday, handpicked by the ‘bookworms’ who are...