It's the school where class sizes aren't really an issue - that's because Bleasdale Primary, near Garstang in Lancashire, has just seven boys and six girls making it, we believe, Britain's smallest school.
But while it may be small the head teacher says they're all one big happy family.
Our Lancashire reporter Victoria Grimes reports:
North West sixth formers were given front row seats at a lively political debate as part of the ITV Granada School Debate.Read the full story ›
David Cameron today announced that 49 more free schools have been given the green light in the final wave of approvals before the election.Read the full story ›
Thousands of children will get to meet some of their favourite authors at a special event to mark World Book day. 98 schools across the North West are taking part and will get to chat to authors at Preston North End. Frank Cottrell Boyce, famous for scriptwriting as well as children'sbooks will be in attendance. Also Cressida Cowell, who's books How to Train a Dragon have been made into two successful Hollywood movies.
More than 1800 students have been able to continue their studies thanks to a bursary scheme funded by the Mayor of Liverpool and the city's further education college. The bursary was set up three years ago after the Education Maintenance Grant was scrapped by the Government. Students aged between 16 and 18 whose families receive financial support are eligible for grants worth £20 per week.
Mayor Joe Anderson will visit the City of Liverpool College today to meet students who have benefitted from the scheme. He says "it's really important for the City that we are developing the right skills in the right sectors and that all young people have access to learning.
Elaine Bowker, the principal of the City of Liverpool College, says over the past three years the bursary scheme has "eased the impact of cuts in education funding and helped support learners with some real financial challenges."
There are 10 weeks to go the General Election but at one school in Runcorn - they've already chosen their leaders.
In fact the Year 6 classes at Pewithall Primary went a bit further than that - they formed their own political parties, had a campaign, and staged their own ballot.
Tim Scott went to find out who topped the pupil poll:
The general election may be a few months away, but one school in the region is already getting in the mood.
Year six students at Pewithall primary in Runcorn have been organising their own elections.
Teachers came up with the idea in a bid to try and get children interested in politics.
Pupils have formed their own parties complete with policies and manifestos and have been debating issues important to them.
The charity Get Hooked on Fishing claims that fishing could play an important part in getting young people outside and active.Read the full story ›
Liverpool's Beatles Story Museum has joined forces with the famous Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
The two attractions will work together on education and research programmes.
The Museum at the Albert Dock is the largest exhibition purely devoted the lives and the times of the Beatles.
The PM has announced £100m investment in improving schools in the region. 22 schools will be rebuilt or refurbished under their proposals.Read the full story ›