Your guide to schools and colleges in and around St Helens, Merseyside brought to you by the St Helens Star.
Working with the local schools and colleges in St Helens, Merseyside our education section brings contact details, and information on schools and colleges in the St Helens area. You can access email addreses, web site addresses, details on the facilities and courses the schools and colleges have on offer, and also download prospectuses, view school calendars and read their latest news.
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STUDENTS at Rainhill High School have increased their A-level results, with the 2013 contingent achieving record results at the school with 48 per cent at A*-B, 83 per cent A*-C and a 100 per cent pass rate on A- level courses.
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AFTER receiving a record number of sixth rorm applications for classes starting this September, St Helens College is now encouraging school leavers to secure some of the few remaining places available.
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PUPILS from more than 46 local primary schools took part in this year’s Junior Democracy Debate at St Helens Town Hall They put forward their own ideas on how to help keep everyone safe in their schools and communities.
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THESE youngsters at Garswood Primary School got a first hand glimpse at the work of the police and prison service and how they track offenders when police dogs and specially trained sniffer dogs to hunt down drugs came to school for a special demonstration.
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PRIMARY school pupils have the chance to win £250 for their school by designing art work for a jute shopping bag to celebrate the launch of a Click & Collect groceries service at the town’s Tesco Extra store.
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IT’S a city which boasts stellar players like Messi... but even though the mercurial Argentinian wasn’t in the line up, a team from Barcelona still came out tops in an international football tournament played...in Billinge.
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"In May only 31 per cent of St Helens electors voted. Only 53 per cent of those voted Labour, yet Labour gained 14 out of the 16 seats so the council can make decisions such as the closure of Seddon Court knowing it will always gain a comfortable majority." − Mike Perry Prescot RoadLittle sign of compromise from those in charge!
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