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End of term 2017

Date: 21st Jul 2017 @ 2:57pm

A big thank you to all of our families for the support over this past academic year and for the kind wishes and gifts which we have recieved today. It is most appreciated by us all. 

May we take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy, sunny Summer!

See you on Wednesday 6th September!

Summer Reading Challenge

Date: 21st Jul 2017 @ 2:20pm

Summer Reading Challenge 2017 in Libraries around Sefton

Solve the mystery at Formby Library this summer!

The theme for this year’s Summer Reading Challenge is Animal Agents and features a whole host of crime busting creatures drawn by the Illustrator Tony Ross.

We hope as many of our pupils as possible can join in!

Year 5/6 Football - HMFA Tournament - Champions!

Date: 16th Jul 2017 @ 7:49pm

What a day for the TSP Y5/6 Football team on Friday!

Conditions were perfect for football as the team made their way to the ‘Formby Play Sports’ 3G pitches for the annual Hugh McAuley Football Academy competition.

The team knew that the competition would be tough as we were pitted against some quality football teams who we had encountered in previous battles throughout the year.

Our first game was against St. Luke’s in what was a close game between two very well organised teams. Matthew H opened the scoring with an impressive goal from a powerful shot into the bottom right of the goal. After St. Luke’s equalised, Tom then made it 2-1 to TSP as he forced a mistake from the opposition goalkeeper. Tom continually closed down the St. Luke’s defenders all game and looked to shoot at every available opportunity. In the dying seconds of the game, St. Luke’s were awarded a free kick on the edge of the TSP box. In heart-breaking fashion, the free kick was hammered into the goal and the whistle followed seconds later. TSP 2-2 St. Luke’s.

Our next game was against Our Lady of Compassion Primary School who have become something of a “bogey” team for TSP as they have won each of the last four encounters from the past few seasons. We were relishing the challenge and knew that this was a must win game after drawing our first match. TSP made a flying start at Matthew scored his second goal of the competition to make it 1-0. Soon after, Zack followed up with a cool finish to double the lead to 2-0. Despite the two-goal lead, this game was not over by any stretch. Excellent goalkeeping from Alex maintained the two-goal cushion and Bobby and Lucas were relentless in defence as they battled and chased for their team. The score was made 2-1 at the half way mark as a low shot crept into the goal and under the body of goalkeeper Alex. The remainder of the game was a nail-biting affair as chances went begging at both ends. The TSP manager and watching crowd breathed a sigh of relief in the final few minutes as Matthew scored again to make it 3-1 and then Zack then scored his second of the game to make it 4-1 after the referee correctly played advantage following a foul. The final score: TSP 4-1 OLOC

Our next opponents were Redgate and we were keen to build upon our impressive performance in the previous game. Harry D was introduced to provide some extra attacking threat and Harry K was brought on to sure up the midfield whilst always possessing a danger with his wicked left foot. It was a shaky start to the game for both sides as attacks came thick and fast. Lucas, who demonstrated his unyielding energy and ball-winning abilities throughout each game of the tournament, settled the nerves with a well taken first goal to give TSP the lead. Redgate hit back within a few minutes to make the score 1-1 and proved that lapses of concentration can always be costly in such tournaments. As the game continued, Bobby and Zack were brought on to chase the victory and gain a vital three points. Harry D had a few 1-on-1 chances that were well-saved and he was unlucky to have not had a hat trick in this game! As tension was building towards the end of the game, Bobby shot from just inside the opposition half and found the back of the net sending the crowd into raptures. 2-1 TSP. This is how the scoreline finished and it was onto the final game knowing that a win would guarantee that TSP would take home the trophy.

The last game was against another OLOC team who could also win the competition with a victory. It certainly had all the feeling and tension of a cup final! The game was contested brilliantly and in the right spirit as it was clear that these were two very well organised teams who would be hard to break down. Matthew H, who seemed to be everywhere on the pitch throughout the game, scored yet another goal as he punched the air with delight and further staked a claim for the top goalscorer award. The game continued with both sides tackling well and spreading the play with some neat footwork and impressive vision. Zack made it 2-0 to TSP as he scored his third goal of the tournament with a guided shot into the corner of the goal. Just as the watching crowd thought that they could breathe a sigh of relief, OLOC pulled a goal back to make it 2-1. TSP certainly weren’t making it easy to watch! The game continued and the game management from the TSP boys showed that they had learned from the first games as they protected their lead and marked the opposition players effectively. Steven gave an awesome performance in an unfamiliar defensive role after replacing the impressive Bobby for the last third of the game. Steven’s bravery in defence was inspiring as he headed, kicked and blocked to ensure that the OLOC attackers could not find an equaliser. The final whistle was (finally) blown: TSP 2-1 OLOC.

The TSP boys erupted into cheers and punched the air as their names were written into the history books. Champions! Smiles were beaming as the boys went to collect their medals before lifting the illustrious trophy. Deserved winners and we are incredibly proud of each and every one of them.

The winners of the HMFA Football Tournament: Trinity St. Peter’s Primary School.

KS2 House Competition

Date: 16th Jul 2017 @ 7:28pm

On Thursday, the final KS2 House Competition of the year was contested on the Trinity St. Peter's school field between the houses of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

The fifth House competition of the year was to be the sport of Rounders and it was all to play for as each house was still in with a chance of winning the House Competition overall.

The Rounders on display was certainly impressive and the enjoyment from the children was clear to see. They certainly did themselves and their houses proud! 

It was Matthew house that won the Rounders competition overall and, with this victory, confirmed themselves as the overall winners of the 2016-17 House Competition. Well done to all who participated and congratulations in particular to Matthew House!

Final results are as follows:

Matthew 10 4 8 10 10   42
Mark 8 10 6 4 8   36
Luke 6 6 4 8 6   30
John 6 8 10 6 4   34

Y5/6 Girl's Football Results (Summer term)

Date: 5th Jul 2017 @ 8:26pm

Our newly established Y5/6 Girl's Football Team have been working incredibly hard to develop and grow as a team and have improved with every single game against some very strong opposition. 

St Luke's 11-0 Trinity St. Peter's

Trinity St. Peter's 3-6 St. Jerome's

Farnborough Road 12-2 Trinity St. Peter's

Trinity St. Peter's 0-10 Freshfield

St. Jerome.s 1-2 Trinity St. Peter's

Year 5/6 Football - Home vs. Redgate Primary School

Date: 1st Jul 2017 @ 2:44pm

In the final Formby Football League fixture of this academic year, the TSP boys were pitted against a hardworking and much improved Redgate footballing team.

Stand-in manager, Mrs Molloy guided the boys to an impressive result with a clinical, team performance that also included a hattrick from our very own Zack Wilson. 

The final score:

Trinity St. Peter's 7 - 0 Redgate

Sefton Family Events on the Coast

Date: 28th Jun 2017 @ 3:27pm

Details of two free family fun events that ae taking place over the next few weeks:-

Another Plaice - Ainsdale Discovery Centre Saturday 8/7/17 1.30 - 3.30pm

Wildlife Tale - Crosby Nature Trail Saturday 8/7/17 10-11.30am

For more details contact 0151 934 2964

facebook.com/seftoncoast@the seftoncoast

Sefton Be Active Summer Fun

Date: 28th Jun 2017 @ 3:11pm

Sefton Be Active - Summer Fun - Booking now!

To see programme of activities and to book please use link below.


St Joseph's Fair, Larkhill Lane Sunday 2nd July 2-4pm

Date: 27th Jun 2017 @ 11:30am

Traditional Summer Fair with Go-Karts, Coconuts, Giant Bubbles, paint a real car, stalls, games, side-shows, tombolas and giant car boot bargain stall. Your support for our local disabled people and the staff who care for them will be much appreciated. Thank you.

The British Open Golf - a visit from the Claret Jug!

Date: 9th Jun 2017 @ 1:44pm

With the 146th Open at Royal Birkdale fast-approaching, we were most excited this week, when we were paid a visit from The Claret Jug (otherwise known as The Golf Champion trophy).

The event involved children from Nursery through to Year 6 having the opportunity to learn all about the multitude of history that surrounds this most sought-after prize.

The children were treated to a presentation within the school assembly hall where the trophy was proudly displayed at the front. After learning about the sport of golf and its illustrious history (especially within the local area), some children had the chance to polish the trophy under the guidance of Hannah Fleming, curator at the British Golf Museum in St. Andrew's, Scotland.

There was then the chance for a Q&A session where the children were keen to find out even more through various, inquisitive and curious questions.

Following this, each class had a professional photograph taken with the trophy with their beaming smiles clear to see.

This was quite a momentous and inspiring event for our wonderful children at Trinity St. Peter’s - many of whom are now aspiring golfers!

Read our tweet and see our pictures on Twitter


Race for Life

Date: 6th Jun 2017 @ 2:19pm

A huge thank you to everyone who supported our recent Race for Life! A massive £914 was raised for this most worthy cause. Well done to all of our amazing children for taking part and the staff and parents who assisted in the organisation of this day too!


Date: 5th Jun 2017 @ 11:43am

Keeping our children safe - both off and online - is always of paramount importance to us all as educators, parents and carers. Recently we sent a letter home regarding the use of the app Live.ly. We would also like to inform you of a website which is a useful guide to social network sites which children may use: NSPCC - Net Aware

This guide is produced by the NSPCC and O2 to help parents explore and understand online life as children know it. Net aware is part of the Share Aware Campaign which is embodied by Net Aware, with the aim of giving parents and carers the tools needed to have regular and informed conversations with their child about staying safe online.

We recommend you take time to explore these sites, as they are most informative and supportive in keeping our children safe in an ever-changing technological world. 

Thank you.

Supporting children worried about terrorism

Date: 4th Jun 2017 @ 11:11pm

We have all been so deeply saddened to hear about the devastating recent terror attacks in both Manchester and London. Our thoughts are with all of those victims and families who have been affected.

In school, we are focusing on the love that has joined the nation together during these troublesome times and how as a school, community and a nation, we unite as a family asking for God's continued strength and guidance during this period.

The NSPCC have published some guidance for parents who wish to discuss the recent events in further detail which you can find at the hyperlink below.

Supporting children worried about terrorism

Year 5/6 Football - Home vs. St. Jerome's Primary School

Date: 18th May 2017 @ 9:14pm

On a warm and sunny Thursday afternoon, our Year 5/6 football team had the chance to play St. Jerome’s Primary School with the fixture to be played at Home on our school field. The match was 7-a-side with the Trinity St. Peter’s starting line-up being: Alex in goal, Lucas and Bobby in defence, Matthew and Zack in midfield with Harry K and Harry D playing as centre forwards.

Many of our players were familiar with the opposition from their other football teams outside of school so we knew that this would be a challenging game.

St. Jerome’s made a clinical start to the game as they opened the scoring within the first few minutes.

Alex kept TSP in the game in the early stages with some brilliant close range saves after several balls over the top left our goal exposed to the St. Jerome’s attack.

Just as the TSP boys were beginning to find a bit more of a rhythm, the score was made 0-2 with another well-taken finish.

This seemed to spur the Home team on with attacks becoming more regular and more creative. This spell was rewarded with a goal as Harry K carried the ball forward and the ball was eventually bundled home. 1-2.

The half continued and Lucas and Bobby were increasingly winning balls in defence and attempting to release our strikers through on goal. However an expert counter attack led by the score being made 1-3 just before half time.

The TSP boys were rightly disappointed at half time and knew they would have to fight and dig deep to get back into the game against a very strong footballing team. Team captain Matthew rallied the troops before the half started.

There were indeed chances for the TSP boys in the second half as Harry D was unlucky not to score from close range and Tom hit the post after incredibly hard work up front from the minute that he came onto the pitch.

Zack and Steven also were trying to inject some creativity into midfield as they found extra space as the half wore on.

Sadly it just wasn’t to be our day as St. Jerome’s made the score 1-4 and eventually 1-5 to round up the day’s scoring.

Sam was exceptional in defence when he came onto the pitch and could not be blamed for either second half goal as he battled superbly to limit the St. Jerome’s attack.

Well done to a strong St. Jerome’s team for an impressive performance and there are certainly lots of pointers and lessons to take forward from this game. Onwards and upwards we go!

Year 6 Hockey Tournament @ Formby Hockey Club

Date: 16th May 2017 @ 8:30pm

Trinity St. Peter’s were represented superbly well this week as some of our Year 6 children competed in the Formby School Hockey Tournament hosted by Marc Bourhill and Formby Hockey Club.

On a dry and calm Tuesday afternoon, the weather was perfect to watch some fantastic Hockey on display.

In the first of three games, TSP were pitted against Freshfield Primary School. It was clear from this game that the standard of Hockey was extremely high as both teams moved the ball well and demonstrated both their confidence and adeptness on the ball. It was unbelievable that TSP did not find the back of the Hockey goal with one attack in particular leading to a heroic goal line clearance and then block from the follow up reverse stick shot from one of our attackers. Somehow, TSP went on to lose this game 1-0.

Our second game was a frantic one against St. Jerome’s Primary School who had just defeated Freshfield Primary School in the previous fixture. This match finished 2-2 and once again, bias aside, TSP were unlucky not the win the game after a flurry of attacking efforts that were cleared by the last line of defence.

It was onto the play-off for our third fixture against St. Luke’s Primary School. This match was a joy to watch as the TSP players attacked with flourishing confidence as the game wore on. The match finished 5-1 with TSP particularly clinical in front of the opposition goal.

Even though results perhaps didn’t go quite as we may have wished, each player should be extremely proud of the way that they represented our school and also for the quality of Hockey on display. Well done everyone!     

Year 5/6 Football - Away vs. St. Jerome's Primary School

Date: 11th May 2017 @ 10:10pm

On a hot and humid Thursday afternoon, a new look TSP Year 5/6 football team graced the turf of St. Jerome’s Primary school for an away football fixture.

The team set up in an 8-a-side formation with: Alex in goal; Charlie in a central defensive role; Matthew and Henry either side as wingbacks; Lucas and Zack as marauding midfielders and Harry and Josh as false 9 and target man.

The team started well and there were no sign of early nerves as the boys kept their shape and positions well. Zack, as team captain, started brilliantly as he rallied the troops with such game awareness as he constantly provided motivation and constructive comments to his teammates. Charlie was also confident in defence with constant communication with Matthew and Henry to make sure that there were enough players marking the opposition attackers.

After a scrappy start to the game, TSP finally found a breakthrough as the boys started to spread the ball across the bobbly pitch. After a few blocked shots the ball fell at Zack’s feet who hammered a shot at the opposition goal which sailed past the left side of the keeper and into the goal. 0-1 TSP.

Learning from the previous fixture, TSP kept their shape and focus well following the goal and defended resolutely. Henry and Matthew worked so hard and battled doggedly to defend our goal from opposition attack.

Despite such a determined display, St. Jerome’s were able to level the scoreline later in the half as a miscontrolled ball unfortunately found its way to their striker’s feet who had a clear run through on goal. 1-1.  

Just before half time, Josh was unlucky not to score as the ball was crossed in and he shot over the crossbar whilst leaning slightly back.

Following the break, Will and Nick entered proceedings with Will taking the right wing back role and Nick playing in midfield.

The second goal was scored after Lucas, who was desperate to see as much of the ball as possible, created an opening down the right hand side of the pitch. The ball eventually ricocheted into the path of Harry D who was never going to miss from 5 yards out. A true striker’s goal! 1-2 TSP.  

The game became more comfortable following this goal as the TSP boys played some excellent football and spread the ball about well.

Nick was excellent on the wing as he used his quick feet and trickery to beat the opposition players and try to get a run into the box. Several of our attacks came down this side of the pitch and he was unlucky not to get onto the scoresheet after some excellent attempts at goal.

Eventually Nick’s hard work paid off as his mazy run led to the ball finding Harry D just outside the opposition penalty area. Harry controlled the ball expertly, shot and found the bottom corner of the goal with aplomb. 1-3 TSP.

The scoreline could have been even greater as Will, who played with such determination and enthusiasm, was unlucky not to score as he supported attacks well. Zack also had several long range efforts which were unlucky to not find the target.

The scoring was eventually completed as Lucas got himself onto the scoresheet with great trickery to beat several opposition players and a cool finish into the St. Jerome’s goal. 1-4 TSP.

An excellent team performance and every single player in the team should be incredibly proud of their determined, enthusiastic footballing performance. Well done boys – you have represented TSP exceptionally well and you are a credit to our school!

Learn to Ride

Date: 9th May 2017 @ 1:48pm

This coming May half-term, more free sessions are being held to help children aged 4 years upwards learn to ride independently without stabilisers.

The Spring sessions are from 9-12 at both venues:

  • Tuesday 30th May, Litherland Sports Park Boundary Lane, Litherland L21 7LA 
  • Thursday 1st June, Shoreside Primary School Westminster Drive, Ainsdale PR8 2QZ

These courses prove most popular and therefore, booking is essential. To secure a place for your child, please contact: 0345 1400845

Further information is available on the following website:



Year 5/6 Football - Away vs. Our Lady of Compassion Primary School

Date: 4th May 2017 @ 5:27pm

A sunny but blustery afternoon brought with it a football game against Our Lady of Compassion Primary School. This fixture was played Away on their school pitch.

All of the boys were charged and ready to go in a match that they knew would be a footballing test against a strong team.

The TSP boys started well with an organised and focused mentality shining through from the start. Our patience and resilience in defence was soon rewarded as some clever interplay between Zack in an attacking midfield role and Lucas as box-to-box midfielder led to Lucas unleashing a thunderous strike that flew past the goalkeeper into the top of the goal. 1-0 TSP.

OLOC certainly didn’t take this lying down as within a matter of minutes the score was levelled as a lapse of concentration from a corner led to a free header into our goal. 1-1.

For the remainder of the half, OLOC and TSP battled to find that breakthrough goal with Sam and Harry K utilising some last ditch defending to keep the scores level and Josh leading our attacking line with no way through just yet.

At the close of the half, TSP won a free kick deep into opposition territory. As Bobby stepped up, he soon realised that a poorly set up OLOC wall had created an opening. With everyone expecting Bobby to shoot, he instead played a clever short pass to Matthew who finished superbly at the near post to make the score 2-1 TSP.

As the half drew to a close Alex in goal showed off his cool handling skills under pressure as any long balls or corners played into the box seemed to home into the safety of his waiting gloves.

As the second half began, Tom and Harry D entered proceedings and were keen to continue the hard work of the first half. Harry worked incredibly hard in his lone striker role as he closed down OLOC defenders and waited for that precious opening. Tom also battled in midfield in an attempt to convert defence into attack.

The half continued and as tiredness began to set in so did lapses in TSP concentration. An extremely unfortunate goal resulted from an OLOC player fixing the corner flag, unbeknown to the TSP defenders, which led to a long ball finding him at the edge of the box giving Alex no chance as he was beaten 1-on-1.

TSP unfortunately went onto lose the game 5-2 with the newfound organisation of OLOC in the second half certainly paying off.

Despite a disappointing scoreline, there are many positives to take from the game. If the organisation and resilience of the first half could be replicated then this team will surely enjoy more success against strong opposition.

Thank you to all of the boys who took part and who wore our school colours with such pride. We look forward to the next game!

Formby Library Viking Day Sat 20th May

Date: 24th Apr 2017 @ 3:50pm

A free children & familiy orientated event with the emphasis on fun and history!

Viking story telling, birds of prey, Viking games & prizes, shield design, weapons & armour display, weaving & braiding

Please contact Formby Library for further details.



Sports Spring Term

Date: 21st Apr 2017 @ 9:17am

Sefton Junior Schools' Cross Country Championships

Eighteen children from TSP took part in the Sefton Junior Schools' Cross Country Championships on Wednesday 15th March.

On a very challenging course, our athletes worked extremely hard and achieved some very strong race times.

In the Year 5 race, Katy (Year 4) came 12th with a time of 7.19 over 1.5 kilometres. For the boys, James (Year 4) came 39th with a time of 7.02, with Lucas and Nicholas right behind him with 7.04, and Christopher (Year 3) achieving 7.12.

For the Year 6 race, Matthew came 7th over 2 kilometres with a time of 8.21.

Well done to all who took part as we continue our training for the next event!


Formby Schools' Swimming Gala

Trinity St. Peter’s were represented superbly at the Formby School Swimming Gala which took place at Crosby Swimming Pool on Friday.

The selection of Year 5 and 6 swimmers showed brilliant resilience and willpower as they battled to gain points and medals for our Gala team. This was evident both during individual race events and also within our relay teams with amazing teamwork and support shown throughout.

Medals were awarded for those children or teams who finished 1st, 2nd or 3rd in their respective races. Each race was so competitive with fine margins so often making the difference. One particular race meant that one of our swimmers missed out on a medal position by a mere six hundredths of a second!  

A special congratulations to Jack for earning a silver medal in the Boy’s Individual Breaststroke; to Bobby, Ted and Jack (again) for earning a silver medal in the Boy’s Medley Relay and to Henry, Sam, Harry and Kyle for earning a bronze medal in the Boy’s Freestyle Relay.

Well done to the whole gala team for being such great ambassadors and role models for our school!


Formby Schools' Representative Tournament

On Friday afternoon, the TSP football team took part in the Annual Formby Schools’ Football Tournament hosted by Redgate Primary School. We were ready and raring to go with the wet ground making fast and ideal conditions for football…although perhaps not so much for the spectators.

TSP were pitted against Woodlands Primary School and Our Lady of Compassion Primary School in the group stages with the hope of reaching the knockout stages.

Our first game was against OLOC which we were very much looking forward to after the challenge of last year’s fixtures. In an evenly matched encounter, neither side were unable to break the deadlock as the score finished 0-0. Some astute defending from Harry Knowles, Lucas Kennedy and Bobby Hersey who read the game and kept their positions brilliantly were big contributors to ensuring the score remained a stalemate.

Our next fixture was against Woodlands. In a fairly one sided game the score finished 2-0 TSP with Steven Mordaunt making several runs from midfield leading to several attacking moves. Matthew Hawkins was the scorer of both goals in this game with a drive into the corner of the net in the opening few minutes and a cool tap in later in the game after some excellent passing moves.

In our third game we played OLOC again with Tom McCormack leading the line up front and Ted Charnley using his pace and trickery in midfield. OLOC made the score 0-1 which could not be prevented after some excellent saves from Alex Gardiner.  

In our final game against Woodlands we knew we had qualified from the group but were aiming to go through to the knockout stages on a high with a convincing win. We certainly met this aim with a resounding 3-0 victory. The stand out goal came from Zack Wilson with a brilliant solo effort after Nicholas Androulidakis used his quick feet on the ball before releasing Zack Wilson down the left wing who burst through on goal to finish brilliantly. Zack scored a second goal soon after and Steven completed the scoring with aplomb after a sweeping counter attacking move. A special mention to Alex Gardiner for keeping a clean sheet with fantastic goalkeeping from various efforts at our goal.

After this game it was onwards to the knockout stages and the semi-finals. We played St. Jerome’s who topped their group with relative ease after a string of confident victories. We knew we would have to be at our attacking and defensive best to have any chance of reaching the final.   

In a difficult game, our defence was tested from the outset and held strong for the majority of the first half by holding their positions well and remaining strong both in the tackle and in the air. When the deadlock was eventually broken by the St. Jerome’s striker who finished well, TSP heads briefly dropped. As spectators on the sideline spurred the boys on, we responded by striving to get back into the game using the counter attack in an attempt to release Zack Wilson in on goal. After a St. Jerome’s second goal just after half time it was soon 0-3 and then the scoring finished at 0-4.

An excellent effort by TSP to reach the semi-finals with some excellent performances along the way. We will keep working hard in training and hopefully a trophy will soon be in our sights!

Y1 - Y3 Nasal Flu Vaccine Programme Autumn 2016

Date: 20th Apr 2017 @ 11:57am

Liverpool Community Health who delivered the vaccine programme in the Autumn term to Y1, Y2 & Y3 would like your help in understanding the experiences of the children and their families with the programme and would appreciate it if parents could provide this through the following link:-


New Laws on Backless Car Booster Seats

Date: 20th Apr 2017 @ 11:21am

A new law has come into force this month. Changes are being made to the height and weight at which a child will be allowed to use a backless booster seat.

The changes will only apply to new backless seats and not ones already on the market that meet current safety standards. Parents can continue to use their current model after the rule change and will not need to buy a new one.

A Stand Tall  - Sit Safe children's height chart is displayed in the Nursey entrance for guidance as to what type of seat your child should be in if required.

Further information on child seats can be found at www.goodeggcarsafety.com

The end of yet another wonderful term...

Date: 31st Mar 2017 @ 3:49pm

Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the Celebration Assembly this morning. It was lovely to celebrate such a fun term with so many wonderful achievements with the wider school community.

Congratulations to Heidi, Mollie, Matthew, William and Gabby who thoroughly deserve to be recognised as ambassadors of our school values. We are all very proud of them.

We were also treated to Year 3 and Year 4 perform a dance each from the musical ‘Cats.’ They were exceptional!

It has also been a busy week for the school choir who not only sang 'Tale as Old as Time' and 'Stronger Together' at the Celebration Assembly this morning but also supported Year 5 in leading a lovely Easter Service at St Peter’s Church on Wednesday. These talented children ensured that we all understood why Easter is the most important celebration of the Christian calendar.

Wishing you all a lovely Spring break and a very happy and holy Easter.

Children return to school on Tuesday 18th April at the usual time.

Sefton Gulp Campaign

Date: 31st Mar 2017 @ 1:37pm

In Sefton 1 in 4 reception age children and almost 3 out of 4 adults are overweight or obese, and 1 in 4 five year olds have decay in their milk teeth; one of the main reasons is sugary drinks. Sefton is already taking action on the amount of sugar children and young people consume in sugary drinks. The response to the Give Up Loving Pop (GULP) campaigns has been fantastic, but it’s not too late for either schools or pupils and parents to show their support. Go tohttp://www.giveuplovingpop.org.uk/gulp-challenge/sefton-gulp-challenge/ and give up pop for April!

Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership

Date: 27th Mar 2017 @ 12:02am



Our wonderful coastline is important to so many of us! Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership has developed a draft plan setting out how we can make the most of our coastline. 

The Partnership recognises the need to plan for the long-term so that this valuable asset is maintained for future generations. Therefore, the partnership would welcome your views: your views on how you use the coastline and how you would like to see the coastline be used in the future.

For further information and to be a part of this consultation, please follow the link below.