Following his immensely successful exhibition in Kirkby Gallery in 2015, Willy Russell is returning this time to show an entirely new side to his creative portfolio.
Fairtrade Fortnight 2017 takes place from February 27th to March 10th
The theme this year is It’s time to put Fairtrade in your break. Each school is taking part in activities during the fortnight.
Schools are currently working towards the Reading Quality Mark. The Reading Quality Mark was created by School Improvement Liverpool working with the National Literacy Trust.
One key theme of the Collaborative for 2016-17 is the development of The Kirkby Child. The fifteen schools are working together to develop an agreed set of core values and skills which our Collaborative community deems important for students to work towards both in and out of school.
This course covers: personal safety, team building, non verbal and verbal de-escalation communication strategies, and some positive handling techniques.
The Collaborative is working closely with the Kirkby Gallery to provide fantastic experiences for the children of Kirkby.
The Collaborative has created cluster of three primary schools – our tripods – in four geographical areas.
The twelve Kirkby Collaborative primary schools are participating in a two year Assessment project led by colleagues from School Improvement Liverpool.
The Kirkby Collaborative of Schools have supported Knowsley Foodbank since its small beginnings at St Marks Church in Northwood to its current home at the Business Resources Centre (BRC) in Kirkby.
The Collaborative runs two successful training programmes for Governors commissioned from RMA Governance.