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Greenloons Formby JFC

Date: 26th Feb 2020 @ 3:01pm

Greenloons Formby JFC is an established grass-roots junior football club in the town. We currently have teams from under 8s to under 13s. 

We are building an Under-11s (current school year 5) going into Under 12s next season. 

If you child was born between 1st Sept '08--31st Aug '09 and would like to join a team, and play competitive football in a friendly and fun environment then our club is for you! Training will typically be on Saturday mornings with Craven League matches taking place on Sundays usually anytime between 12-2pm. If your child is interested then please contact Club Chairman, Darren Court on 07958172705

STARS Theatre Workshop

Date: 25th Feb 2020 @ 1:54pm

The Formby High School based STARS Theatre Workshop are starting rehearsals for The Wizard of Oz.
They are looking for some additional munchkins who would like to be involved.
If any children are interested please contact STARS through their website:

starsworkshop.co.uk or email chris.rigby@me.com

February Monthly Value - Joy

Date: 5th Feb 2020 @ 12:03pm

Our monthly value for February is...


Psalm 47:1 - Clap your hands, all you nations; shout to God with cries of joy.

Be sure to take a look at our weekly class blogs throughout each month to see what the children have been learning about in Collective Worship and/or RE lessons.

January Monthly Value - Wisdom

Date: 10th Jan 2020 @ 7:36am

Our monthly value for January is...


Proverbs 3:13 - Blessed are those who find wisdom, those who gain understanding.

Be sure to take a look at our weekly class blogs throughout each month to see what the children have been learning about in Collective Worship and/or RE lessons.

Happy New Year!

Date: 8th Jan 2020 @ 3:19pm


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Happy New Year! We hope everyone had a lovely holiday and have been enjoying a great start to the new year.

This term we welcome Miss Morris to Years: 4, 5 & 6. Sadly, the commute from Chester with such a young family proved to be just too difficult for Mr Killa at this moment in time. We thank him for his wonderful contribution to our school and wish him and his family continued happiness. He has promised to keep in touch so we are sure we will see him again soon.

On Monday night, Year 6 appeared on our screen as part of ITV’s #GetBritainTalking Mental Health campaign. We are delighted they were chosen, also making the 20 second advert! ITV clearly recognise superstars.

Here you can watch the advert in full:


It really is such an important message.

Diary dates are now also available on line and the school online calendar will be updated on Friday.

Please remember this website is updated every Friday; including class blogs.

Coming soon, there will also be a refresh of our school website -  which will hopefully aid navigation a little better on mobile phones!

Here’s to 2020 and continuing to work together in successful partnership to make our school the best it can be for all of our pupils!

#choosewisely #choosekindness #schoolvisionandvalues

Help Formby Maritime Cadets!

Date: 7th Jan 2020 @ 1:05pm


Formby Maritime Cadets is a disciplined youth organisation based around a nautical theme and we need your help. We are not asking for money, but just a few minutes of your time whilst you read this.

We are holding an emergency meeting on Friday 10th January as the unit is facing imminent closure. Our cadet numbers have stayed relatively stable since opening in 2017 but our staff volunteer numbers have dropped. We have 5 members of staff on the books, but two of them work away for months at a time due to their jobs (Royal and Merchant Navy) and one has recently had a baby therefore must focus her time on him. That leaves myself and one more member of staff but he is unfortunately battling a serious health condition meaning he is not necessarily reliable. I cannot effectively and safely operate the unit like this which is why I will close the doors unless I find some more volunteers.

 Our age range for cadets is 8-18 and we allow anyone from any background to join meaning we do also have cadets with learning disabilities such as autism. Our main focus is a nautical one but we do teach anything and everything from first aid to cooking, camping to kayaking and community engagement to meteorology. We like to provide the cadets with skills and knowledge which they can use as they grow from children to young adults.

We currently parade on Friday evenings 18:30 – 21:00. I would be putting on training on a Tuesday evening for any new staff who wish to attend so they are not just thrown in the deep end. Our cadet unit is in Redgate, Formby. We are a uniformed organisation and would encourage new staff to wear the uniform as not only does it help the young people recognise rank structure but it benefits everyone when we are at public events.

I have put my heart into opening and sustaining the unit and it would be devastating for it to close now. The young people who attend are truly amazing, you will never leave the building without a smile. Some of the young people started too scared to even answer basic questions in front of small groups and now we can’t get them to stop talking. They have made such amazing progress. I know it sounds cliché but we really are like a family. The cadets will look after and support each other through tough times they might be having and as staff we are always there for them no matter what.

I hope you can help me in keeping this unit floating, as currently the ship is sinking, quickly. Please could you pass this message onto anyone you think would be able to help. I would like as many people as possible to attend the meeting on Friday 10th January as that night will determine whether our doors remain open or if I close them once and for all on conclusion of the meeting.

Thank you for your time. 

Kyrenia Smith

Lt (MCUK) K Smith - Commanding Officer 


Christmas Blog

Date: 18th Dec 2019 @ 11:52am

As another term ends and we reflect upon the year gone by, we have so much to be proud of here at Trinity St. Peter’s.

This school year we have already shared many special moments already; from the Big Coffee Morning; an array of sporting events; school trips and visits; Church Services; Nativities to our fun-filled Celebration of Kindness Week where a huge amount of money was raised for Children in Need. We are most appreciative of parents generosity and support of these events.

We continue to be so proud of all of our wonderful pupils throughout the school and look forward to welcoming our new families and pupils who will join our Nursery in the New Year.

Once again we are so thankful for the very thoughtful gifts that have been received today. Although they are never expected, they are very much appreciated.

On behalf of all staff and governors we wish you all a very happy and holy Christmas and look forward to seeing you in January.

Borough of Culture - Sefton

Date: 6th Dec 2019 @ 3:40pm

As part of the Borough of Culture preparations, Sefton are encouraging as many people as possible to vote on the Sefton Stories Project (a media release on this can be found in the letter section).

Details are available including the stories we are asking people to consider on the link below:


December Monthly Value - Compassion

Date: 30th Nov 2019 @ 2:57pm

Our monthly value for December is...


Ephesians 4:32 - Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ, God forgave you.

Be sure to take a look at our weekly class blogs throughout each month to see what the children have been learning about in Collective Worship and/or RE lessons.

New School Video

Date: 30th Nov 2019 @ 10:05am

We are very excited to share this snapshot of Trinity St Peter’s with you ... take a look!

Celebration Service

Date: 30th Nov 2019 @ 9:58am

On Friday morning we held a celebratory service at Holy Trinity Church. We were delighted that the Bishop of Liverpool, Fr. Richard (Director of Education), Senior Advisors from Liverpool Education Department and Margaret Blake’s family were able to join us. The service was to celebrate our Church and School Partnership Awards and Gold Global Neighbours and also to acknowledge our appreciation of all who work collaboratively together to make our school the best that it can be. 

As always, our pupils were fantastic. They read, sang and danced with confidence and joy. 

Thank you to everyone who came along and supported this event. Your kind words are very much appreciated. 


It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas...

Date: 30th Nov 2019 @ 9:57am

Thank you so much Team TSP for organising a stunning and popular Christmas Gift Shop and a busy, fun-filled Christmas Fayre this week. We all really appreciate how much hard work happens behind the scenes for these events to be as successful as they are with all money raised being of benefit to all TSP children. Thank you to all parents and staff who generously gave their time to help and to all families who attended and spent lots of money! 

Thinking School Training

Date: 30th Nov 2019 @ 9:45am

On Wednesday morning we welcomed 24 educators to our school - Headteachers, Advisors, Senior Leaders and teachers - all eager to find out how we achieved Thinking School accreditation and what makes Trinity St Peter’s so special. 

Following a presentation explaining our journey they were all treated to a tour of our school led by six Year 6 pupils. 

The feedback was overwhelmingly positive. We were also delighted to hear how many schools use our website and twitter feeds as a source of inspiration. 

Trinity St Peter’s really is a special place to be!

Christmas ‘Sheep Trail’ Project

Date: 29th Nov 2019 @ 2:18pm

Earlier this week, the children from Reception to Year 6 were visited by members of Formby Methodist Church who treated us to a lighthearted, interactive version of the Christmas Story.

We were then told about the ‘Christmas Sheep Trail’ where twelve woolly sheep will be hidden in shops and community venues around Formby centre from the 1st December to 13th December. Families will then be able to hunt for the sheep, collecting their names on the ‘Christmas Sheep Trail’ sheet attached below.

Completed and returned trail sheets will then be entered into a prize draw. There will be a main prize for the overall winner, however every child that takes part and hands in a completed trail sheet will also receive a prize. Formby Library will have a post box where completed trail sheets can be posted. Alternatively, the trail sheets can be returned during the Christingle and cake Service at Formby Methodist Church on Saturday 14th December at 4.30pm.

We hope you enjoy following the trail and that you manage to locate the twelve missing sheep. Keep an eye out for ‘Snuggles’, which is the sheep that our school adopted for the week who was named by our Reception children.

Good luck!

Road Safety Week

Date: 22nd Nov 2019 @ 3:31pm


This week we have celebrated Road Safety Week and wore stripes on Wednesday 20th November 2019 to raise money for the charity Brake and towards funding a banner for the Formby Road Safety Initiative that we are involved in. A fantastic £97.60 was raised!

Brake is a road safety charity that works to prevent road death and injury, make streets and communities safer, and supports the victims of road crashes.

The STAR committee worked hard to plan exciting activities. Some members of the STAR committee visited Foundation Stage to help the children understand the importance of road safety. Key Stage 1 drew giant maps of roads, paths and pavements and different crossings on the playground. They also enjoyed pushing toy cars at different speeds to remind them how fast cars can go and the importance of being careful when crossing roads. In Key Stage 2, the children took part in discussions within their class to raise awareness of Road Safety and mixed and produced Road Safety Raps, songs and news reports.

Well done to everyone involved and remember to stay safe when crossing the road!

Celebration of Kindness Week Success!

Date: 15th Nov 2019 @ 4:05pm

All week, the children have participated in a wide range of fundraising activities for our Celebration of Kindness Week. On Friday afternoon, Years 1 to 6 met in the hall to find out how much money we had managed to raise for Children In Need. We are delighted to reveal that our grant total was....£846.59! Wow - absolustely incredible!

Thank you to all those who have contributed to this total and been able to spread kindness and positivity around our school and on the playground this week. Outcomes like this can only be achieved through a whole team effort!

Bags2School Collection

Date: 13th Nov 2019 @ 12:56pm

Thank you to everyone for supporting the Bag2School Collection. We collected 154KG and raised £54 to put towards our fundraising!


Thank you.

Sefton Carers Coffee Mornings

Date: 8th Nov 2019 @ 3:42pm

Sefton Carers Centre

We are currently delivering 2 Parent Carer coffee mornings…. 1 in the North and 1 in the South of the Borough - Please see flyers on letter section of school website.

Our coffee mornings are for Parents/Carers who care for a child under 18 years and have a Physical/Learning/Disability,

or an Emotional/Behavioural condition. 

For More information please contact - Carers Centre in Waterloo, our number is 0151 288 6060



Celebration of Kindness Week 2019

Date: 8th Nov 2019 @ 3:35pm

Here it is...the music video for our third Celebration of Kindness Week! As always, it kickstarts all of next week's events by reminding us to 'LAUGH MORE, WORRY LESS!'

Please make sure you refer to the 'Letters' section of the website and check the information for your year group regarding next week's fundraising events.

Let's get sharing!

Click here!


November Monthly Value - Justice

Date: 3rd Nov 2019 @ 8:22pm

Our monthly value for November is...


Psalm 37:27-29 - Turn from evil and do good; then you will dwell in the land forever. For the LORD loves the just and will not forsake his faithful ones. The righteous will inherit the land and dwell in it forever.

Be sure to take a look at our weekly class blogs throughout each month to see what the children have been learning about in Collective Worship and/or RE lessons.

Excellent Inspection!

Date: 22nd Oct 2019 @ 8:30am


On Thursday 17th October we had our SIAMS inspection. This provided us with an opportunity to share our provision and we are delighted with the outcome. We were graded ‘excellent’ in all areas and our development point is to share our innovative practice with others. Congratulations to everyone within our school community! We should all be very proud of how we work successfully together to ensure we provide the very best for our pupils.

Please read the report below:

Online Safety Award

Date: 21st Oct 2019 @ 11:42am






Online Safety Success

We are delighted to share the news with you that we have been awarded the national Online Safety Mark!

The report is avalibale to download below. 

Team TSP Blind Wine Tasting

Date: 8th Oct 2019 @ 11:14am

 Date:Friday 15th November 2019

Venue: The Gild Hall, Church Road, Formby Time:

7:30pm prompt Fine Wine Cheese & Pate Fun Quiz Music & Dancing

Price: £20 per person

Come in teams of 6 or make up a team on the night Please contact: Amelia Brooks (07969 648120) or the school office for tickets If you wish to come with a group please indicate this when purchasing tickets


Date: 29th Sep 2019 @ 11:25pm


Thank you to parents for your generosity in raising funds for two important charities over this past fortnight.

On Friday we raised £333 for Macmillan Cancer by holding a Big Coffee and Cake morning in the school hall and on Friday 20 Septmeber, by all wearing denim we raised £160.91 for ‘Jeans for Genes.’

October Monthly Value - Thankfulness

Date: 29th Sep 2019 @ 10:37am

Our monthly value for October is...


1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 - Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.

Be sure to take a look at our weekly class blogs throughout each month to see what the children have been learning about in Collective Worship and/or RE lessons.