Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School

Year 2 – PGL Payments

Year 2 – PGL Payments

A reminder to Year 2 parents that we are now taking payments for their PGL trip in October 2016. The cost of the trip is £80 and payment will need to be made in full by Friday 16th September 2016. This will allow all the final paperwork to be sent off to the local authority and approved.

Payments can be made in the Year 2 area, before or after school, where payment cards will be filled out for your child. If you were unable to attend the meeting this week, information about the trip is with Year 2 staff.

Trip date: Wednesday 19th – Friday 21st October 2016.

Beat the Street with Key Stage 2!

The children in Key Stage 2 would like to invite their parents and families to join them in Everton Park to get active and collect points for our school. We will be leaving school at 1.30pm, so bring your registered cards and meet us outside the school hall tomorrow (Friday 27th May)!

Key Stage One-Africa Day

We would like to thank all parents for your participation in our Africa day celebration! The sessions were extremely  successful and it was lovely to see you getting involved with your children.

The feedback sheets have been very positive to quote “I thought today was brilliant, I think the parents enjoyed it more than the children! I think everyone has tried really hard in all activities”.

Please see the Key Stage One Summer page for photographs of the day.

Walton Festival – 16th & 17th July 2016

Please see information below about the Walton Festival, taking place in July.

  • 5k Fun Run
  • It’s a Knock Out Corporate Challenge

Walton Festival 2016 a new event funded by Liverpool City Council, Mayor of Liverpool,  Sport and Recreation Service  and Liverpool Housing Trust. Thousands of Liverpool residents will attend over 16th and 17th July 2016. The Festival will have a theme of health, wellbeing and community cohesion and provides an opportunity to showcase the park’s wonderful heritage. It will feature a whole range of activities and attractions including a large multi sports area, displays and taster sessions, a beach, children’s entertainment, ‘It’s a Knockout’ competition for corporate teams, 5k family fun run, dance and performing arts, live music, Victorian funfair rides, pet’s corner, market traders, bar and catering and many more activities for the whole family to participate in.

Walton Festival 2016 – Its a Knockout Corporate Challenge

Walton Festival 2016 – 5K FUN Run

Walton Festival Poster

Year 2-Swimming changes

Our swimming sessions have been moved from a Tuesday to a Monday from now on, due to maintenance  work taking place at Everton Park Sports Centre. The sessions will now take place at Liverpool Aquatic centre in Wavertree. If you have questions regarding these changes please ask a member of the Year Two team.

Key Stage One-Africa Day!

Can we please remind parents that on Thursday 26th May 2016 Key Stage One will be holding a fun filled day to celebrate our current topic on Africa. The children will be given the opportunity to carry out lots of fun filled activities such as traditional African Dance, food tasting, African Art and much more. Parents are invited to join us during the morning session between 9.00am and 10.30am and we look forward to seeing you there!

Key Stage One- A special visitor!

Today Key Stage One had a great morning because a special visitor from Nutricia Liverpool came into school to talk to us about how her company uses product waste to raise money for schools in Uganda. She showed us lots of pictures from her  visit to Uganda and gave us all the opportunity to ask lots of questions. She will be visiting again in two weeks and has given us the opportunity to form Pen Pals with children from a local school there! When she arrives back she will be visiting school again with our very own letters from our Pen Pals in Uganda, how exciting!

Everton Park Primary Spring Run

Well done to all of our pupils who took part in the running competition in Everton Park, yesterday. Three teams, a KS1 mixed boys and girls, a KS2 girls and a KS2 boys team, competed against The Beacon, Faith Primary and Millstead.

In the Key Stage 1 race, Jack Trainer finished in 3rd place overall, helping us to a 2nd place finish overall. Our Key Stage 2 girls came in 3rd place, after some top ten finishes and Eryk topped off a lovely afternoon with a 1st place finish in the Key Stage 2 boys race, with 2nd place overall for the team.

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Maths lunch club!

Children from key stage 2 have been enjoying a maths lunchtime club, playing fun games and applying mathematical skills.

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Key Stage One running team!

Well-done to the children from Year Two who took part in a running competition. The children thoroughly enjoyed taking part in various different races against a range of local schools and they each received a medal for doing so!

Year 3 and 4 Reading

The children in Year 3 and 4 would like to invite their parents to support them in swapping their reading books, every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings, between 9 and 9.30am.

If you are interested in supporting your child, please follow them into school from the top yard when they line up for school at 8.55am.

Year 3 E-Safety Assembly

Year 3 pupils gave us an extremely insightful assembly about how to stay safe online, with the main message being how to report inappropriate behaviour. If you have any worries about staying safe online, talk to one of our Year 3 pupils or any teacher! Report any inappropriate behaviour to CEOP.

Watch the clips below to see some of the assembly!

Tom introduces the E-Safety assembly

Ayman shows us where to report inappropriate behaviour through our website

A message from Jurgen Klopp? Is it really him?

A musical reminder about staying safe online!

KS2 Highland Games competition

Eight of our pupils represented Key Stage Two at the Highland Games competition, held at Archbishop Beck Tennis Centre, on Friday morning. A series of events, focusing on running, jumping and throwing mirrors the adult version of the highland games.

The children involved had previously taken part in a Level 1 competition in school, during an after school club and performed very well against other schools from the city.

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