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On the Wednesday morning the whole school gathered for a “special assembly for two of the people who are moving on at this end of year. Our Deputy Head, Mrs Sandy Coleman and Mrs Judith Lawrence were moving to pastures new. Mrs Coleman is moving to a new school as Head Teacher whilst, Mrs Lawrence […]

Passing on the faith

The Archdiocese of Liverpool have published this useful leaflet that has been designed as part of a package to be given to parents at the welcome meeting when their children start school.

Let’s Talk about it!

This term a number of our KS2 children have been giving up a lunchtime to take part in a debating group. 
They finally invited parents in and addressed an audience of children, teachers and parents to discuss and present a number of topics.
One topic was “should children be eligible to vote?”. A quick “straw pole” suggested […]

Cooked to perfection

As a treat to parents, our Year 6 classes helped to prepare and serve a three course dinner last Friday. Under the guidance of our “Master Chef”, Mrs Warren, a silver service meal was delivered in our school (Bistro) dining hall.
Both Boys and Girls were happy to be of service to make this a really […]

The course of true love never did run smooth

Year 6W were the second class to give a brilliant performance of this Shakespeare classic. Unfortunately, my camera decided to give up the ghost!

The few pics that were saved are shown below….Sorry!!!



Standards & Testing

We have uploaded the following two publications for parents to download as required.

Lord, what fools these mortals be!

Our Year 6 classes have been very busy during the last few weeks. With SATs over and the prospect of the new school on the horizon they are offered the opportunity of getting creative.
The Rubbish Shakespeare Company have been rehearsing the boys in girls in a Shakespeare production of Midsummer Night’s Dream. This seems particularly […]

Year 6 are Magic

Our Year 6 children have been learning some new tricks, literally.
A local magician has been teaching them some card tricks. An assembled audience of children and adults viewed the brilliant display.
How did they do it?
It’s magic!




Our Year 2 children learned about puja, the home shrine where Hindu people pray and make offerings.  We also dressed up and made rangoli patterns. We learned how to greet someone in Hindi….namaste!

Hinduism Day

Our infant children have been learning about Hinduism.  We had a special visitor, Priti Mistry came to see us.  She showed us some lovely clothes, told us some stories and helped us to make beautiful Rangoli patterns.