All posts tagged "education"

  • Knowsley Council Pledge £6m for Prescot Theatre & College

    Knowsley Council have announced they will invest £6 million in an Elizabethan theatre and study centre in Prescot. Council Leader Cllr Andy Moorhead said the complex has the potential to “deliver over £10m worth of value to...

    • Posted March 10, 2016
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  • Find out from an Expert Why People Murder

    A Liverpool criminologist will speak about why people murder at an upcoming crime literature event at Prescot Library. Dr Ian Marsh, a Hope University lecturer who recently published his first murder novel, Murderer: On Your Mark, will give...

    • Posted February 19, 2016
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  • Government Supports Plans for Shakespearean Theatre in Prescot

    A government minister has pledged support for Shakespeare North‘s project to build an Elizabethan theatre in Prescot. At a parliamentary debate in Westminster Hall on Tuesday 8 December, Minister of State for Culture, Media & Sport Ed...

    • Posted December 9, 2015
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  • Free Computer, Internet Sessions at Prescot Library

    Prescot Library is offering a series of free information sessions about getting online. As part of the national Be Online campaign, the library will host the following in early March: Family History Helpdesk – Tuesday 3 March 9am-12 noon...

    • Posted February 19, 2015
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  • Shakespeare North Prescot Theatre Plans Revealed

    A 350-seat Elizabethan theatre and study centre is in the pipeline for Prescot town centre. The Shakespeare North Trust have revealed designs for the 3,000-square-metre complex, which they hope can be funded and built by 2019. The...

    • Posted December 18, 2014
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  • Primary School Applications in Knowsley: 15 January Closing Date

    Via Knowsley Council: Why not apply for your child’s primary school place for September 2015 ahead of the busy run up to Christmas? The closing date for a reception place at primary school is Thursday 15 January...

    • Posted November 18, 2014
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  • After 40 Years of Knowsley Youth Orchestra, the Music Stops

    Knowsley Youth Orchestra will rehearse for the last time on 26 November 2014, Knowsley Council have announced. Citing increased pressure from funding cuts, arts and music head Angela Ball told members the group was no longer sustainable. The orchestra...

    • Posted November 11, 2014
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  • Open Evenings for St Helens Secondary Schools

    If you’re thinking of sending your Year 6 son or daughter to a secondary school in St Helens, the following open evenings are for students entering in September 2015: De La Salle School Thursday 2 October 2014...

    • Posted September 15, 2014
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  • Secondary School Open Evenings in Knowsley, 2014

    Secondary schools across the borough of Knowsley have open evenings coming up for Year 6 children whose parents are already thinking ahead to September 2015. Knowsley Park Centre for Learning – Tel: 0151 477 8680 Knowsley Park...

    • Posted September 11, 2014
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  • Knowsley GCSE Results out Today

    Best of British to the students of Knowsley Park, St Edmund Arrowsmith and Rainhill High School receiving their GCSE results today. Didn’t get the exam results you expected? Scream, cry, get the disappointment and frustration out of your system, and...

    • Posted August 21, 2014
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