Liverpool Counts Quality Mark Celebration Event

On 22nd June 2018 schools attended a celebration event at the Museum of Liverpool to receive their Liverpool Counts Quality Mark.

The LCQM is an exciting project which aims to promote positive attitudes towards maths and show pupils that numeracy skills are used consistently in everyday life. One of the highlights of the event was when 4 pupils from St Hilda’s CE High School demonstrated how they could use algorithms to solve a Rubiks Cube.  They managed to complete 4 cubes in the time that it took to play the music to Mission Impossible.

Schools taking part were invited to take part in a competition element based upon the development of the maths promotion part of their website.  As part of the celebration the winners of the website competition was announced and the three winning schools received maths-based board games.

There are currently over 70 schools that have either achieved the quality mark.  The schools awarded the Liverpool Counts Quality Mark at the celebration event on 22nd June were:

Alsop High School

Archbishop Blanch CE High School

Bank View School

Belle Vale Community Primary School

Emmaus Church of England and Catholic Primary School

Fazakerley High School

 Garston Church of England Primary School   

Gilmour Junior School

Holy Cross Catholic Primary School

Monksdown Primary School

Much Woolton Catholic Primary School

New Park Primary School

Northcote Primary School

Northway Primary and Nursery School

Our Lady St Swithin’s Catholic Primary School

Rosco Primary School

Smithdown Primary School

St Cecila’s Catholic Junior School

St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School

St Hilda’s Church of England School

St Julie’s Catholic High School

St Margarets (Anfield) Church of England Primary School

St Silas Church of England Primary School

Windsor Community Primary School

Congratulations to all schools!  You have achieved so much during your Liverpool Counts Quality Mark journey.