Dear Parents/Carers, Please click here for link to a very short survey to collect young people’s views about what a child friendly city means to them.
Child Friendly City
National Poetry Day will take place on Thursday 4 October 2018 and the theme is “Change”. Expect an explosion of activity nationwide, thousands of amazing events across the UK! For more information please click here.
This week Year 1 have been learning about familiar settings and reading “The Smartest Giant in Town” by Julia Donaldson. In the build-up to the giants visiting Liverpool next week, the children were greeted this morning by giant footprints!
Parents/Carers, We are very excited that the Giants are returning to Liverpool next week! Please find a link below to information about the routes they will be taking and any potential road closures that may disrupt your travel plans. https://www.giantspectacular.com/giants-route-reveal-2018/
Parents/Carers, On the 11th October, those children who returned their signed consent letters will receive a flu vaccination. Please click here to read an update regarding any concerns or questions you may have. For more information, please got to: www.gov.uk/government/publications/flu-vaccination-in-schools or ask to speak to our school nurse.
A reminder to parents/carers: Please return your signed consent forms to school as soon as possible, to ensure you child will receive their flu vaccination. Thank you.
Liverpool has over 1000 Looked After Children. Could you foster one? Phil Watson and his family have been fostering for Liverpool City Council since 2010. Phil says ‘It can be challenging, hilarious, extremely emotional, never boring, and always rewarding. I can see the difference we are making’. As well as being paid, Foster carers are … Continued
Today our Key Stage One children enjoyed a session with a visitor from Rock Steady Music School. They loved learning about the different instruments and sang along as they were played!
As we begin a new academic year, we are encouraged at this time by Pope Francis, to consider the Eucharist. To help us to do so; we consider the words of St Teresa of Avila, who said: Christ has no body now but ours; No hands, no feet but ours, Ours are the eyes by … Continued
As the children return to school, we hope you notice all the hard work undertaken over the Summer holidays by our resident landscaper, Don Billington. We hope the children will enjoy the outdoor environment as they begin their Autumn Term.