Our Mission Statement
St Cecilia’s Catholic Infant and Nursery School strives to be a family community, inspired by the teachings of Christ where each individual is valued, nurtured and encouraged to reach their full potential.
Living together, Loving together, Learning together
We aim to create a welcoming environment and foster a meaningful Catholic ethos which involves the home and parish community in the life of the school.
We aim to provide a child centred broad based curriculum which enables children to fully develop their talents, gifts and skills.
We aim to nurture confidence and self-esteem.
We aim to inspire curiosity and encourage empathy for the global family communities.
We will achieve our aims by:
- Delivery of the ‘Come and See’ Religious Education Programme.
- All adults presenting as good role- models showing respect to each other.
- Providing opportunities to celebrate God’s presence through prayer and reflection.
- Use of positive praise, encouragement and school rewards to celebrate success.
- Encouraging parents and the local community to work in partnership through assemblies and celebrations.
- Participating in projects such as CAFOD and Nugent Care which promote understanding and empathy for the wider world.
‘Love One Another as I have Loved You’
Welcome to our Catholic Life page. Catholic life is central to all that we do and is a the forefront of our school calendar of events. From our initial prayer on the first INSET day of September, to the Year 2 leavers assembly at the end of the academic year; the catholic ethos is at the heart of all that we do.
We hope you will enjoy exploring all the different ways in which we celebrate our catholic faith throughout the year.
On Tuesday 17th September 2019, our school underwent an R.E. Inspection, carried out by the Archdiocese of Liverpool.
Please click here to read the full report (document opens in new window)
On Tuesday 26th September 2017, our school had an R.E. Monitoring Visit, carried out by the Liverpool Archdiocese. Please click here for their report and feedback.
Religious Education Handbook
Please click here for a copy of our current Religious Education Handbook (document opens in new window).
Please click here for a copy of our Religious Education Policy (document opens in new window).
Please click here for a copy of our Collective Worship Policy (document opens in new window).
Please click here for a copy of our Relationships and Sex Education Policy (document opens in new window).
Please click here for a copy of our Moral Development Policy (document opens in new window).
Please click here for a copy of our Spiritual Development Policy (document opens in new window).
Come and See
Click link below to find out more about the Come and See R.E. curriculum
Please click here for a copy of our Home-School-Parish Policy (document opens in new window).
Parish Church Website
Please click here to see St. Cecilia’s & St. Matthew’s Parish website.
Letters to Parents/Carers
Letter to Parents & Carers Autumn 2020 (document opens in new window)
Other Useful Links
|Please click here for a link to ‘The Wednesday Word’ website. Here you can explore the Gospel with your family, at home.|
|Please click here for a link to our Liverpool Archdiocese homepage.|
|Please click here for a link to CAFOD’s homepage.|
|Please click here for a link to Nugent’s homepage.|
On Thursday 25th February, there will be a virtual Lent service from @StTeresasNG at 4.30pm.
It will be streamed live, and will also be available to watch until Easter.
Please click the link below to be taken to their live streaming page: https://www.churchservices.tv/teresanorrisgreen
Please click here for a copy of the Lent Service leaflet, so you can follow along at home.
|Mission Together is the children’s branch of Missio, the Catholic Church’s official charity for overseas mission. For secondary school resources please visit our education pages at missio.org.uk||
This Lent, to support the needs of remote learners, we’ve created a set of resources that can be uploaded to various teaching platforms. These faith-focused activity sheets include comprehension tasks and outdoor challenges, some of which can be used as Lenten fundraising drives. Download free at missiontogether/Lent.
|Lent begins on Wednesday 17 February, and to help schools journey prayerfully through the season, we’ve revised our annual Lent calendar and produced new weekly pupil-led liturgies. Each liturgy contains an adapted version of the Sunday Gospel, questions for discussion and reflection. Download at missiontogether/Lent.||
|Pope Francis has declared 2021, the year of St Joseph. We’re inviting schools to join our Week of Prayer, leading up to Friday 19 March (St Joseph’s feast day). Each daily prayer is modeled on a simplified version of the popular Mill Hill Missionaries’ Novena (St Joseph’s Missionary Society). This Week of Prayer resource complements our St Joseph Five Fact Assembly. Download here.|
|To help illustrate our Universal Church, God’s global family and mission, we’ve also created a Mission Together Virtual Map. It is a fun way for pupils to explore the world and discover how children across the globe pray and share their time, gifts and talents to be missionaries of God’s love too. Explore the map here.|
Archbishop Malcolm invites us to pray together with him through these times.
Please click here for the link to resources for prayer at home (opens in new window).
Take a look at the photographs below which show a selection of our activities relating to
Catholic Life, Religious Education and Collective Worship.
Our children learn the message of the gospel through worship, celebration and classroom activities.
Loving Our Neighbour
Citizens of God’s World
|Staff Synod 2020 session||Staff Synod 2020 session||Staff Synod 2020 session|
|Staff Synod 2020 session||
Article 50: “You have the right to practice your own culture.”
|Learning about food from around the world|
|Culinary Passports||Article 5 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights
of the Child
United Nations Convention on the Rights
|Enjoying a play in the snow|
|Learning about nature||Learning about nature||Learning about nature|
|Exploring trees and flowers||Planting with Don||Planting|
|African drawings||Thai Chi||Giant parachute|
|Year 6 children helping with ‘Active Week’||A dance performance to the whole school||Celebrating artwork|
|Donating plants to school||Philosophy lesson||
|Making Christmas centrepieces||Relaxation
||Year 1 children helping Reception children transition|
A “cosy story”
|Transition to Year 1 in the sunshine!||Reading shed|
|Football contest – Active Week||Year 2 school trip to the Maritime Museum||Year 2 graduation ceremony|
|Liverpool Archdiocesan Centre for Evangelisation (L.A.C.E.)||Year 2 transition experience: preparing for the Juniors||A nature walk with the RSPB|