Red Neighbours visited Millstead SEN School in Everton on Friday to judge a special Easter competition.
The school hosts an Easter Bonnet Parade each year, with pupils and their and parents joining forces to create their own unique designs for entry into the competition.
Lynn Irwin, business manager at Millstead School, said: “We were honoured that representatives from LFC's Red Neighbours team were able to come down and judge the parade this year, and they had a really hard task in just choosing one winner from each class!”
As one of Red Neighbours’ 25 schools, Millstead pupils have attended three Liverpool games so far this season through the free tickets for schools initiative and will be in attendance at the Huddersfield Town fixture later this month.
Creating memorable experiences for young people is one of the four main areas of focus for Red Neighbours, alongside support for the elderly community, food poverty and education, and encouraging a physically active community.