2021/22 News

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Women in Construction - posted 18th Aug

Torus Foundation has teamed up with the amazing Nobody Left Behind to deliver a Sport and Education routeway designed to support women in the Liverpool City Region into employment within the construction sector.

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The World Reimagined - posted 11th Aug

We're delighted to share that our school has been taking part in The World Reimagined: a UK-wide art education project featuring globally-recognised artists to transform how we understand the Transatlantic Trade in Enslaved Africa and its impact on us all.

This is not ‘Black History’, this is all of our history.

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Transition Summer School - posted 29th Jul

With the support of Liverpool Learning Partnership (LLP) we were able to hold a small summer school for a number of our y6/7 students.

It was a wonderful opportunity for students to make new friends, as well as meet a number of staff and get to know their new school a little bit better. Students enjoyed activities such as team building, CSI English, Maths, Science, Art, a wellbeing and resilience session with YPAS plus a day trip to Knowsley Safari Park and Area 51.

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Spanish students visit Gateacre - posted 14th Jul

We had 45 students from Zaragoza in Spain visit us here at Gateacre during our last week of the Summer term. 

Our year 9 Language Leaders and our Spanish A- level class had the opportunity to work with these students each morning on a variety of fun activities that helped develop their Spanish speaking skills. 

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'Arts Exhibition 2022 - posted 13th Jul

We had an amazing evening last week, celebrating the work of our students across the creative faculty at our 'Arts exhibition.

Here is just a snapshot of the talent on display from all areas. What talented students we have here at Gateacre School!

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Merseyside Young Health and Life Scientists programme - posted 2nd Jun

The five students from year 9 were invited to participate in a 2 year widening participation programme at the University of Liverpool, along with students from schools around the north-west area.

The programme runs over two years until the students finish their GCSE's and they will participate in workshops, tours of the university and will attend lectures with students to learn about degrees in medicine, dentistry, psychology and veterinary science. This was their first trip ! The students studying medicine got to practise their stitching, psychology students practised questioning people and the veterinary science students were able to listen to the heart rates of lurcher puppies! All students can’t wait to return. 

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