School meal prices in St Helens to increase

The price of school meals for pupils in St Helens will increase from September.
A man entered the ground of Rainhill High and behaving in a threatening manner to two pupils

Man threatened two pupils in grounds of Rainhill High

Police say a man has been spoken to after he entered the grounds of Rainhill High and threatened two pupils.
Staff at Rainhill High alerted police to the incident

Parent attempts to confront pupil over 'incident' outside St Helens school

Teaching staff prevented an angry parent gaining access to the school and confronting a pupil over an alleged incident outside school grounds.
Associate director Alex Summers. (s)

Lancashire Police spotlight child grooming in new theatre resource

Lancashire Police are using the power of theatre to highlight the dangers of child grooming.

Nicola Looker teaching her class

St Helens teacher shares life-changing skills in Africa

A St Helens teacher will travel to Malawi to help underprivileged children and school staff develop computer skills.
Students deliver the good news (and a cheque) to staff at The Lilac Centre

St Helens students raise funds for local cancer centre

Teenagers from a St Helens college have raised hundreds of pounds for a local cancer centre.
St Helens Town Hall Assembly Room Adult Community Learning event

St Helens residents invited to take up community learning

Council bosses are encouraging the borough's adults to take up new classes which help deal with anxiety, depression and confidence.
Luke Botcherby receives his award

St Helens student triumphs in national language competition

A St Helens student has been crowned the champion of a national translation competition.
College staff and Bagnalls representatives with the donations

College paints a picture of a perfect partnership

A college's partnership with a St Helens firm has proved to be a real primer for painting and decorating students.
Pupils performed The Wizard Of Oz

St Helens pupils go to see the Wizard

Talented pupils at a St Helens school followed the yellow brick road for their latest production.

L - R Primary Languages Network Managing Director, Janet Lloyd presents Alison Wilkinson with the award

‘Excelente’ teaching sees St Helens school scoop award

A St Helens teacher has been praised for her influential role in helping secure a prestigious award for her school.
Students gave haircuts to the service users

St Helens students join forces with charity

Caring students in St Helens teamed up with a charity to make a real difference.
Students hard at work in the Colours Restaurant at St Helens College

Students learn the science behind the perfect meal

Culinary hopefuls in St Helens are set to explore the science of creating the perfect dish.
Youngsters who took part in the BASH 5+ awards with Liverpool-based author and illustrator Helen Poole

Youngsters in St Helens urged to have a BASH at books

Bookworms have been busy rating their favourite reads of the year for primary and secondary schools in St Helens
Rapper Professor Green

Professor Green due for star appearance on Edge Hill University talk panel

Rapper Professor Green, who recently made the acclaimed documentary Working Class White Men, will be ‘in conversation’ on the same subject at a free public event at Edge Hill University.
Former Saints star Paul Wellens lends his vocal support

St Helens students recreate music video

Students in St Helens have been joined by some familiar faces to recreate a music video.
Students at work in the kitchen at the college's Colours Restaurant

St Helens students will cook up a storm thanks to funding

St Helens students will be able to improve their culinary skills thanks to £15,000 of funding.
Student Sheila Smith

New courses on offer at St Helens College

Adults in St Helens are being encouraged to try something new as a selection of college courses are launched.
Playing Liv, who is groomed and abused by her older boyfriend, was almost too much to bear for Burnley actress Sophie. (s)

Lancashire Police warning about child grooming in theatre show

Lancashire Police is using the power of theatre to highlight the dangers of child grooming.
Theatre and Comedy

When do parents in Lancashire find out about primary school places and can I appeal?

Parents in Lancashire will soon be finding out whether their child has been given a place at one of their preferred choices of primary school.
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