Halloween Party

October 31st, 2011

Residential pupils had a scary Halloween Party in the youth club on Monday night. The Halloween fancy dress competition for the best (worst) scary joke – went to Care Worker Mike, although his colleagues joked that he actually came as himself. Samantha perform an chilling version of  “Thriller” by Michael Jackson on the WII. There was lots of sweets, drinks and party food and everyone enjoyed the duck apple, games scary music including the Monster Mash. A scary time was had by all.

Workshops at LFC

October 21st, 2011

Liverpool Football Club hosted a special event, to support those affected by disabilities within the local community.

Youngsters from St Vincent’s School attended a series of workshops that involved sessions with Guide Dogs for the Blind, as well as a focus on British Sign Language with the National Deaf Children’s Society.

Liverpool Football Club’s Social Inclusion Officer, Rishi Jain, who is heavily involved with the club’s work during the Kick It Out Weeks of Action, said:

“The work that the club completes alongside Kick It Out during this time and all year round is a significant part of challenging discriminatory issues both on and off the pitch.

“It allows Liverpool FC to further demonstrate its stance of anti-tolerance of discrimination in any form, regardless of an individuals age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability or religion.”

Liverpool will continue their support of the campaign during Saturday’s Barclays Premier League match with Norwich City when both sets of players will wear ‘One game one community’ t-shirts in the warm-up.

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The Big Ride

October 19th, 2011

Some of our young people took part and raised £100 for the sponsored event “The Big Ride” at Beechley stables. They received a certificate and rosette for their great efforts.