On 19th January 2018 18 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.

Schools taking part in Cohort 3 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 60 schools that have either achieved the quality mark or are currently on the LCQM training and will be accredited soon.  The schools awarded the Liverpool Counts Quality Mark at the celebration event on 19th January were: The Academy of St Francis of Assisi, Banks Road Primary School, Bishop Martin Primary School, Booker Avenue Junior School, Broadgreen International School, Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School, Gateacre Community Comprehensive School, Leamington Community Primary School, Matthew Arnold Primary School, Norman Pannell Primary School, Rice Lane Primary School, Springwood Heath Primary School, St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, St Austin’s Catholic Primary School, St Clare’s Catholic Primary School, St Paul’s and St Timothy’s Catholic Infant School, St Paul’s Catholic Junior School, Woolton High School.

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