Great Crosby Catholic Primary School
Great Crosby Catholic Primary School
Welcome to Great Crosby Catholic Primary School website. We are a large Catholic primary school serving the parishes of Ss. Peter and Paul and St. Helen’s. Our Catholic mission underpins all we do.
Our school family works hard to provide a place where the Gospel values are lived out each and every day. We strive to create a community based on love, respect and forgiveness; a place where each individual can learn and grow in love of God and of each other.
At Great Crosby we strive to create a place of academic excellence whilst ensuring the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils is given an equally high priority. We want everyone in our school family to simply be the best they can be. We work hard together to ensure that our pupils really do ‘have life and have it to the full.’
Our termly curriculum brochures keep you informed of the themes being studied and ways in which you can support your child at home. Our weekly edition of the Wednesday Word also allows you to support your child and the family in your faith journey.
Great Crosby works closely in partnership with other schools in Sefton and Liverpool to share good practice and ensure that we stay at the forefront of educational development.
We are also a member of the Archdiocese of Liverpool Primary School Improvement Trust.
Our Mission Statement
Y6/Y5 Children and their parents/carers who attended Sacred Heart's Open Evening had the opportunity to meet Frank Cottrell-Boyce. Here's a photo of Sonny who was thrilled to meet one of his favourite authors!
At the end of the Summer Term, Ellison, Isla and Max organised a competition and raised £87.60 for CAFOD. Following their fundraising efforts, they were able to buy a number of World Gifts to help CAFOD's work: 'Happy queen bee'; 'clever self-watering garden'; super soup kitchen'; 'keep clean kit' and 'the goat that gives. Press the green button to find out more about CAFOD World Gifts.
Well done as well to Meara (Y5), Huey (Y2) and Darcey (Rec). They made jewellery and sold it over the summer holidays, raising £16.00 for CAFOD.
Sun 1st Oct - please save the date! Either running, walking, or marshalling, we'd like as many of our families to join in with the Crosby Community 5k Fun Run as possible! Entry details will be sent out soon.
Dear Parents and Carers
What a lovely first week I have had here at Great Crosby. Thank you to everyone who has made me feel so welcome on the yard in the mornings and to all the staff and pupils. Everyone has been so warm and friendly. It has been lovely to see the children looking so smart, learning in classes and hearing them laughing and playing on the playground.
We have all been learning about Great Crosby's mission statement at the start of term, starting with staff at the beginning of the week and ending with children in assembly today. It has been a privilege to see the staff's caring attitude towards the pupils helping them all settle in so well and the pupils' positive attitudes, truly living out our Mission Statement on the ground.
We are looking forward to meeting as many of you as possible in our 'Meet the Teachers' over the next few weeks ( dates in the newsletter and the calendar page). We will be sending out our code of conduct and home school agreement at the meetings to promote our parent partnership here at school.
For now, well done to everyone for getting through to the end of the first week in such hot conditions, we will keep a relaxed approach for summer/winter uniform over the next few weeks to keep children cool. Have a well deserved rest over the weekend and I look forward to meeting you moving forward.
This Sunday 10th September is Education Sunday. Please try to attend Mass at one of our churches.
St Helen’s - Sunday 10.00am
Ss Peter & Paul's - Sunday 10.30am
St Joseph’s - Saturday 6.30pm
There will be prayers, thanksgiving and a retiring collection. Children are encouraged to wear their school uniform as part of the celebration.
Mrs Crann's final vlog of the term with news of our busy last full week in school.
Please take time read the National Online Safety poster on our Parents > Online Safety page, together with other advice to help keep our children safe during the Summer holidays and beyond. Click on the image.
Today we held a non-uniform day, for which the children brought in donations to South Sefton Foodbank. Thank you for the tremendous response & your generosity. Please follow @SeftonFoodbank on Twitter to keep up-to-date with needs.
On Friday we're collecting for South Sefton Foodbank. In return for bringing items, children may wear non-uniform. The shortage list is: toiletries; tinned items - fruit, veg, potatoes, fish; instant coffee; pasta sauce & squash. Thank you for your generosity.
Following our premiere yesterday at the Plaza Cinema, we can now share the introduction to our 'Great Crosby Does Eurovision Film' funded by a EuroGrant from Culture Liverpool. The backing music is Te Deum (Charpentier) by Voyager - Australia's 2023 Eurovision entrants. Members of the Great Crosby family shared photos of their Eurovision experiences in Liverpool in May 2023.
Thank you to the Plaza Community Cinema in Waterloo for hosting the premiere of our Eurovision film, to the two winning classes 1C (Sweden) and 3C (Iceland) from our Eurovision concerts. Click the image to see some photos from our Eurovision Day.
Some of our staff are running the Liverpool Pretty Muddy 5k Race For Life on Saturday to help members of the Great Crosby family affected by cancer. They would appreciate your support. If you would like to find out more & make a donation, please click on the image.
Parents and carers - please could you check your house for any Great Crosby reading books from the scheme and from the class library. Please return them to school by Friday 7th July, so that we can sort them out, ready for September. Many thanks.
Today we welcomed Tara & Gordon from Sefton Libraries to introduce the sporty Summer Reading Challenge - 'Ready, Steady, Read!' It is free to sign up and there are gifts to collect at the start and when you have read two, four then six books. Tara and Gordon are looking forward to seeing lots of our children in the recently refurbished Crosby Library. Click on the button below to visit the Crosby Library website, which also has a list of regular activities. Click the image to find out more on our Love of Reading page.
The latest news from Great Crosby following another busy week in school.
This week we have been celebrating languages in school, particularly Spanish language and culture. On Monday we had an assembly which included a flamenco dance demonstration. Each Year 6 class then had dance workshops with Patricia and Rosie from Movema. Our school kitchens have added tasters of Spanish dishes, such as paella and tortilla, which the children have been trying. Mrs Benson, our languages coordinator, said that it was a joy to visit classrooms and see children from Nursery through to Year 6 excited about languages and that their enthusiasm has been absolutely amazing.
We wish all our families & followers a happy day on the feast of our patronal saints - Ss Peter and Paul. Thank you to Fr John for celebrating Mass and Holy Communion with us outside. We have changed our website colour to red as it is the liturgical colour for the day. Also it is one of the colours of the Spanish flag and we are in the middle of our Languages Celebration Week, what colour will it be tomorrow?
This week's Great Crosby news, including the continued need to be vigilant for Strep A symptoms, our Quidditch and Musical Theatre Week and lost property.
The latest news following another busy week at Great Crosby with more events coming up this month.
The latest news from Great Crosby ahead of our Sports Days next week.
Well done to St Nicholas Primary, winners of The Jack Riding Tournament in memory of our former pupil. Thank you to our referees, Ursuline and Waterloo who also joined us in our fundraising & Tesco for donating drinks & lollies.
Jack Riding was one of our pupils; he collapsed and died playing the sport he adored on 15th August 2018. He was just 18 years old. Jack was a phenomenal footballer with a ‘crackin’ left foot’. He represented our school, Sacred Heart, Sefton and was also an academy player for Everton. He most recently played for Prescot Cables. Thursday 25th May is our annual 'Wear A Sports Kit for Jack Day' to raise money for the Jack Riding Foundation. Children can wear any sports kit to school that day, although swimming kit is not recommended! There is a suggested donation of £1. Thank you.
The latest news from Great Crosby.
Mrs Crann's Vlog has news about next week. We apologise for the picture quality with some flickering.
Watch Mrs Crann's vlog for this week's news.
Thank you for all your kind donations for the South Sefton Foodbank. They have been gratefully taken today.
They continue to need: tea, biscuits, tinned rice pudding, tinned potatoes, men's/women's toiletries & toilet rolls.
We’re thrilled to announce that our Eurovision project is funded by Euro Grant through Culture Liverpool; Liverpool City Council; The Department for Culture Media, and Sport; Liverpool City Region and Spirit of 2012. Click on the image to find out about all the exciting EuroGrant projects.
Mrs Crann has news of our Ofsted report and forthcoming events.
A welcome to the Summer Term from Mrs Crann.
The children looked great in their crowns and red, white and blue clothes for the Stars of the week celebrations this morning.
Mrs Speed's final vlog includes a look back at the last few days and a look forward to the Summer term.
Please take some time to visit one of our churches during Holy Week. These are the times of Masses and other events. Click the green button for St Oscar Romero Parish.
Having watched the inspiring 'Dristy's Story' video at the start of Lent, (click the green button) the whole school took part in completing laps of our school field to raise money for CAFOD's work through the Big Lent Walk.
Collectively, the children walked a total of 645km raising over £420 for CAFOD. Click on the image to see more photos.
Well done to Year 3 who performed their musical, 'The Day The Lost Property Quit' to parents and carers today. The key messages were to make sure names are in items of clothing and to remember to take things home at the end of the day!
Mrs Speed's vlog has this week's news and details of what is happening before the end of term.
Our Market Day fundraising for CAFOD and school funds has begun. EYFS & KS1 children have brought in cakes, books & toys to sell. Children in Years 5 & 6 have designed games for KS2 to play in the afternoon. Click on the image to see more photos.
Mrs Crann shares this week's news from Great Crosby.
The Easter holiday brochure for Sefton's BeActive 'Love the Holidays' activities is on our letters page. Click on the image to find out about the great range of activities for children aged 3-16 across Sefton, delivered by fully qualified, experienced and enthusiastic Be Active coaches. It's a fantastic way for children to keep active, have fun and make friends in a safe environment. The activities include one to five day camps, shorter workshops and reduced cost swim and splash sessions. .
Year 1 were welcomed to school today not only to snow, but each classroom had a crime scene set up. The chairs had been toppled over, books were on the floor and sand had been left. Crucially for the investigation, fingerprints had been left behind. Each child had their own fingerprints taken to rule them out as a suspect. We learnt if we had a loop, whorl or arch fingerprint. Thankfully, we found out that all children had been ruled out as a suspect. This led us to the conclusion that the Gingerbread Man had run through school to escape the iron men and the snow down at the beach.
This starts our celebration of British Science Week. Click on the image to visit our STEM page with some British Science Week experiments to try at home.
Catch up with the latest news from Great Crosby after two busy weeks.
For World Book Day, we've made huge 'Guess Who' games with our favourite book characters, listened in class and on the playground, made reading dens under our desks & watched BBC Teach’s live lesson with Konnie Huq, Ben Shires and Michael Rosen. Click on the image to see more photos.
World Book Day will be on Thursday 2nd of March. At Great Crosby, we strongly believe in developing a love of reading. We use World Book Day to promote this and encourage children to read as many books as possible. Click on the image to visit our 'Love of Reading' page to find out what we are doing.
Here are some activities you could do with your children over half term and in the run up to World Book Day.
Happy reading and thank you for your continued support in promoting reading for pleasure in your homes.
Families and parishioners are welcome to come to our weekly Wednesday 8am Mass during Lent in school.
Mrs Speed shares the latest news from Great Crosby.
Year 5 led our Ash Wednesday services for pupils in the morning & parents/carers in the afternoon. It included the video from CAFOD Schools about Dristy in Bangladesh. Click the green button to watch it.
The latest news from this week at Great Crosby and of future events in the next half term. There are also some reminders about long hair, nails and dogs.
Some of our Year 2 students who are in Miss Maguire's Musical Theatre club took part in the CAPITAL schools Equality and Diversity Concert at Pontins in Southport on Thursday night. They performed 'How Far I'll Go" from the film Moana. They represented our school brilliantly. Well done to all who took part and those who came to support us.
Some children watched the BBC Teach Live Lesson today for Safer Internet Day. We will be continuing with activities during the week.
Please take some time to talk to your children about what they do online, what they like and dislike, and anything that worries them. Click on the image for advice on the Safer Internet Day website. Please visit our Online Safety page by pressing the button
Here's the latest Great Crosby news.
Mrs Speed's vlog at the end of another busy week at Great Crosby.
For Holocaust Memorial Day we have turned our website purple. The theme of the day this year is 'Ordinary People'. The children are learning about how ordinary people have been affected by holocausts and discrimination.
Every school holiday, Sefton's fully qualified, experienced and enthusiastic Be Active coaches deliver a great range of activities to children aged 3-16 across the borough. It is a fantastic way for children to keep active, have fun and make friends in a safe environment. The activities include one to five day camps, shorter workshops and reduced cost swim and splash sessions. Click the image to view the Be Active Guide. Click the button to visit the Sefton Be Active webpage.
The latest news from Great Crosby including music lessons, holidays, health issues, reading books and Holocaust Memorial Day.
Mrs Speed's weekly vlog with news of her retirement and a reminder to return reading books promptly please.
We're delighted to have received a lovely letter from Macmillan Cancer Support thanking us for raising £378.39 at our Macmillan Coffee Morning in September and also for recognising that over the years we've raised a total of £15,542. Thank you to everyone who has supported our events.
Our Feast of the Epiphany liturgies used prayers & images from CAFOD, who work with all people whatever their skin colour, nationality or religion, recognising all people as our sisters & brothers, as Jesus taught us.
Welcome back and Happy New Year from Mrs Speed.
Mrs Speed's Christmas Vlog includes news of today's liturgies and our Christmas collections for CAFOD and the South Sefton Foodbank.
All the children took part in liturgical services today with the theme of kindness. We thought about the innocent kindness of Paddington Bear and told him the story of the birth of Jesus. We were fortunate to have a real baby playing Jesus.
Please visit the crib in at least one our churches over Christmas.
There are special Masses on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day:
Ss Peter and Paul’s Catholic Church
Christmas Eve: 7pm and Midnight
Christmas Day: 10.30am
St Helen’s Catholic Church
Christmas Eve: 8pm
Christmas Day: 10am
St Joseph’s Catholic Church
Christmas Eve: 10pm
Christmas Day: 11.15am
St Edmund of Canterbury
Christmas Eve: 6.30pm
Christmas Day: 9.45am
Our Lady Star of the Sea
Christmas Eve: 4.30pm and 11.30pm
Christmas Day: 11.30am
Years 3 to 6 came together to sing Noche de Paz in Spanish at the end of assembly.
Well done to all the children
who joined in the School Games National Santa Dash today, especially those who braved the cold outside. More photos next week.
Mrs Speed's latest vlog has news of our forthcoming Rejoice Celebrations, Nativities and our Christmas dinner/jumper/food bank collection day. She also has a top windscreen defrosting tip.
We welcomed Richard Cooke from CAFOD Liverpool to speak in our assemblies about the needs of people in other countries & how we can make a difference through CAFOD World Gifts. Click on the image to find out more. Click on the button to see what is in inthe CAFOD Advent Calendar.
Year 6 thoroughly enjoyed A Christmas Carol at Shakespeare North Playhouse in Prescot this morning. We all had our favourite parts & loved the experience of theatre in the round. Thank you to our PTA for paying for the transport.
Year 2 performed their Advent Liturgy to KS2 children on Monday and parents and carers on Tuesday. The whole of Year 2 were awarded Star of the Week for preparing our parents/carers and pupils for Christmas through their Advent Liturgy. Click the image to see some photos on Year 2's page.
Mrs Speed's Vlog has the latest news from Great Crosby, particularly the amazing success of our Christmas Family Fun Day, Year 2 Advent Service, Christmas badges instead of Christmas cards and forthcoming events leading up to Christmas.
Fr John celebrated our first Advent Mass in school with parishioners, families and staff. As it was the Feast of St Andrew, Fr John spoke of showing our faith through our actions, as St Andrew did. Our next Advent Mass is 8am, Wednesday 14th December. Click on the image to visit the 'In Our Parishes' page to find Mass times and the latest news from Ss Peter and Paul's and St Helen's parishes.
Thank you to the Crosby Community Policing Team, linked to Merseyside Police Cyber Dependent Crime Team, who visited us for our KS2 assembly, as part of our Safeguarding month. Lots of aspects of online safety & behaviour were discussed. The children responded well, though many were surprised when reminded again about the ages for certain apps! Some children wee able to dress up as police officers.
Yesterday was the first Sunday of Advent. Today we lit the first candle on our Advent wreath. Please visit our 'Catholic Life of Our School page for family calendars and a reflection from Archbishop Malcolm. Click on the image.
Thank you to everyone who helped and supported our Christmas Family Fun Day yesterday, to make it a success. We will have news later this week to say how much was raised.
Huge congratulations to Aiobheann, Roman and Lucas who were chosen to represent Sefton in the Merseyside Cross Country Championships on Saturday. All the children showed abundant energy and determination and did Great Crosby and the Borough of Sefton extremely proud. Click on the image to visit our Sports page.
We are proud to have been recognised for our Outstanding Commitment To STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) as runner-up in the Educate Awards on Friday evening at Liverpool Cathedral. This was for our Year 6 Smashing Stereotypes Workplace Workshops last June. Click on the image to visit our STEM page.
Mrs Speed's vlog this week has important messages about the PTA and particularly that we need volunteers and helpers for the Christmas Fun Day on Sunday 27th November. Mrs Speed also reminds us about sending children to school with coats. There is a lot of unclaimed lost property without names. It will be displayed and sold in the studio on Friday 18th November. Anything remaining will be given to Crosby Housing. Finally a reminder to share The Wednesday Word, which can be found by clicking on the logo on the home page, with children each week.
Hundreds of pairs of odd socks are being worn today to celebrate our uniqueness for Anti Bullying Week. In assemblies we watched the Anti-Bullying Week video, which you can see by clicking the green button. We're encouraged to 'Reach Out' to trusted adults & check-in with friends to recognise & stop bullying . Click on the image to view and download a toolkit for parents and carers.
We marked Remembrance Day with an assembly about WWI, WWII & the soldiers who have died since them. We saw that the soldiers came from all over the Empire. Some Y5 children read their poems inspired by Tomas Roberts' Alive With Poppies. Y6 talked about the Sefton Libraries 'Sefton At War' project & laying wreaths.
Mrs Speed's latest vlog includes news of class rejoice celebrations, supporting reading, school photos, the food bank collection, Odd Socks Day, safeguarding month and the Wednesday Word online gospel leaflet.
Today we welcomed Lin and Marie from our local parishes to say the Rosary with KS2 pupils at lunchtime.
Year 6 attended an online career conversation about climate change with Jamie Brogan from Edinburgh Climate Change Institute and Raising Aspirations. We discussed how we all have an impact and we have pledged to play our part in living simpler and being green.
We pledge to reduce waste and to use our voices to influence others.
We have learnt that little things make a difference - our futures, our lives.
Congratulations to the girls who represented Great Crosby in a netball tournament. They won four of their five matches and went on to win the tournament at Merchant Taylors’. Their sense of team spirit made them a credit to our school.
Today, Sherrell from Bullybusters spoke to the children in our KS1 & KS2 assemblies, as part of our Safeguarding month. She particularly made KS2 think about online behaviour. KS1 watched a Topsy and Tim anti-bullying story reading ( click on the green button to watch) and practised their STOP hand.
Click on the image to visit the Bullybusters website. There are also links on our Parents > Online Safety and Children > Online Safety pages.
Mrs Speed's latest news including tea & toast baby and toddler group, school discos, lost property, new school governors and a letter from the Honeysuckle charity.
Fr John celebrated Mass for All Saints Day with all of KS2. The children gave lots of excellent responses about the qualities that a saint should have. Fr John showed a trailer for 'No Greater Love' a new film about St Mother Teresa. KS1 also had a special assembly with Fr John. Click on the green button to see the trailer on You Tube.
Mrs Speed has recorded a vlog to explain our new Attendance Policy. Click on the green button to visit our policies page which has the new document.
Our PTA has organised a number of events for the next half term. Click on the image to see the letters about discos, Christmas jumpers, Santa's Grotto at the Christmas Fayre and Breakfast with Santa.
This week's assemblies have been about praying the rosary. CAFOD have recorded two podcasts to pray the rosary, reflecting on the joyful and luminous mysteries as well as themes of hunger, poverty and creation. There are also additional resources for praying the rosary with children. Click on the button to visit our Catholic Life of Our School page for more about the rosary.
Year 6 enjoyed an online careers talk by Lorna Bennett, a renewable energy engineer at ORE Catapult, the UK's leading technology innovation and research centre for offshore renewable energy. She explained her career journey and the process of designing and maintaining wind turbines. The children asked thought-provoking questions. We are grateful that she is, "working towards building a better world by creating new things to make old things better". Thanks to Positive Footprints for organising the event.
Please visit our Children > Year 3 page or Children > Love of Reading pages and take a few minutes to read Year 3's poems inspired by the Children's Laureate, Joseph Coelho.
Our baby and toddler group will restart on Friday mornings starting on Friday 4th November from 9.00am to 10.30am
From Friday 14th October to Sunday 6th November, Liverpool welcomes the 8.1km scale model walking trail of the Solar System. Begin at the Sun on Church Street, make your way along the city’s iconic waterfront and Trans Pennine Trail before finishing in Otterspool where Pluto awaits. One of the designers is author Oliver Jeffers whose books our children study.
In the Spring term, Year 5 study the Solar System. Visiting even a part of this will really help them to understand the sizes of the Sun and planets and the distances between them.
Click on the image to visit the homepage and watch the video.
Click on the button to find out more on Our STEM page.
If you do visit and would like to share your photos, please tag us on Twitter @GreatCrosby or Instagram great.crosby.catholic.primary with the hashtag #OurPlaceInSpace
Here is the latest news for this week. Mrs Speed also shares some plans for next half term.
Today we have encouraged children to wear a blue or pink accessory (eg socks, ribbon, headband, hair bobble) with their school uniform today to recognise Baby Loss Awareness Week. Click on the image to find out about support that is available.
We're collecting a £1 suggested donation for Liverpool Women's Hospital. Throughout the day, our website will be blue or pink instead of green.
We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the Educate Awards Outstanding Commitment to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in recognition of the Year 6 Workplace Workshop last summer involving visitors from several local science and engineering employers.
Today the children wore their yellow PE tops to support Mental Health Day (no donation). For further information click on the image. We also turned our website #HelloYellow. Please click/tap the Wellbeing tab above to find more mental health awareness resources.
Year 4 children took part in the Multi-Skills Festival. The team were a joy to take & did Great Crosby proud. Their determination, willingness to have a go & enthusiasm were inspirational. Well done in coming 5th out of 14 teams. Thank you to Chesterfield High School's staff & pupils. Click on the image to see more photos.
The latest news from Mrs Speed after another busy week at Great Crosby.
Year 5 really enjoyed the ‘Alive with Poppies’ poetry workshops this week with Tomos Roberts. Their teachers were astounded by the quality of poems they created! Anabelle's poem was chosen to represent Great Crosby in the live online National Poetry Day Event, organised by the National Literacy Trust and the Royal British Legion.
Year 3 busily followed the Children’s Laureate’s style (Joseph Coelho) to write their own poems called ‘ Say How You Feel’. They will be sent home next week.
Next week, Year 3 are also going to write poems in the style of Joseph Coelho based on Crosby to complement their geography topic.
We were delighted to be able to host a Macmillan Coffee Morning again. Thank you to everyone who was able to come and for all the donations. Click on the image to see more photos. Click on the button to find out more about Macmillan.
The latest from Great Crosby including fish news, photos, Rejoice celebrations, the new PTA, the Christmas Fair and jumpers.
The latest news from Great Crosby with dates for your diary about the new PTA (Parent-Teacher Association) meeting, flu jabs for children, Macmillan Coffee Morning, Food Bank collection and school photos.
Our Fantasy Football Premier League starts on Saturday 1st October. Please click on the green button to visit our letters page, to download the instructions, including our private league code. Click on the image to visit the fantasy league website.
Mrs Speed's weekly vlog with news of Reception, PE kits, the PTA and parking.
The whole school Community of Great Crosby is saddened by the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the Royal Family at this sad time.
May she rest in peace.
School is closed on Monday 19th September on the bank holiday for
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral .
A welcome from Mrs Speed for the start of term, especially to our new families. A reminder about PE kit and smoothies. This video was recorded before the sad passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
We are looking forward to welcoming back Years 1 to 6 on Monday. Remember the school gates open at 8.30am and all children should be in class by 8.55am.
Reception and Nursery parents and carers should have received information about the starting times for their children and a booklet. Reception Group 1 start at 9.30am on Monday, Reception Group 2 start at 1pm. Nursery (NBW) Group 1 start at 9.30am , Nursery (NBW) Group 2 start at 1.30pm. Please check the Children > Reception and Children > Nursery pages for more details.
A welcome to the new school year from headteacher, Mrs Speed. There is news about uniforms, PE kits, PTA, Parent Forum, Northern Road issues and start/end of the day arrangements.
Our Learning Mentor, Mrs Solkin, has found some good advice from Jo Frost about preparing and guiding children through the first few days back at school. Click on the image to visit our Wellbeing section to read the advice.
If you would like a paper copy of any documents or to contact Mrs Speed, please click on the 'Get In Touch' button to send a message to Mrs Mason in the school office or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Northern Road, Crosby, Liverpool. L23 2RQ
As we begin 2020, we continue our journey to live simply and look after our beautiful world, as Pope Francis has asked us to.
We continue to make simple changes in our school life:
· ensure we recycle paper
· switch off lights when not in use
· use reusable plastic to carry our lunch
· reuse single-use plastic bottles to make and store
· walk/cycle/scoot to school more often
· no longer using single-use plastic for jelly/ fruit in the kitchen
· letters home are electronic, where possible
· one paper-free day per term
We are working towards being zero-heroes for the environment.
Can you as families do any of the above? Or more?
Let us know any good ideas via email@example.com
Your world is a wonderful and beautiful place, full of variety, full of wonder, full of life.
Teach us to care for the Earth and help us to build a world that is filled with your goodness.