Triathlon Summer Camps

Triathlon Summer Camps

Children between 7-12 can try a new sport this summer at British Triathlon camps in Liverpool. Triathlon is a combination of swimming, cycling and running, a great sport for children who love to mix it up!

Kids Summer Camps

Key Stage One trip to the Beach

Just to remind all of the Key Stage One parents that all children from across the Key Stage will be going on their Summer trip to the Crosby Marina on Tuesday 5th July 2016.

The children will leave school at 9.30am and return in time for home time. Children will all be provided with a packed lunch and will also receive an ice cream.

Please remember to put sun cream on your child and ensure they are dressed in their school uniform.

Thank you for being so prompt on returning your permission slips. If you have not yet retuned your slip then please do so as soon as possible.


i Sing at the Philharmonic- Key Stage One

Children from across Key Stage One were asked to take part in a  concert in the Philharmonic Hall. They were given the opportunity to learn lots of modern songs in class and then perform them with schools from across the  City. What a wonderful experience this was for the children, please see the Key Stage One Summer page for Pictures from the day.

Year 5/6 Sports Day

Year 5 and 6 had their sports day, this morning, celebrating all things Africa! Each class represented a different country from the continent, with each country performing a dance for the opening ceremony!

After sprint races, javelin, lap races and the triple jump, Egypt came out on top with 136 points! In second place was DR Congo (132), followed by Cameroon (112) and South Africa (109). Well done to all pupils and thank you to parents and family members for coming to support.

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Science in Notre Dame

Today, Year 3 were given a wonderful opportunity to take part in practical Science sessions in Notre Dame Secondary School. This was just an amazing opportunity and we hope to visit again on a more regular basis.

Year Two will be visiting tomorrow and are very excited!

Please see the science curriculum page for pictures from these sessions.

Go to the ‘What does Science look like in our school?‘ page.

Healthy Schools Week

Healthy Schools Week has begun, with Year 1 and 2 having their sports day this morning and half of the school making healthy pizzas today! Sports days continue this week, with the remaining classes making healthy pizzas tomorrow. Thank you to the parents for supporting today and we hope to see many more this week!

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Key Stage One Sports Day

The Key Stage One Team would like to thank all parents who were able to make it to our Sports Day. The children had such a lovely morning and worked hard for their teams. Please look at the Key Stage One Summer page for photographs.

Year 5 E-Safety Assembly

Thank you to Year 5 who prepared a wonderful e-safety assembly for the school today. The message was very important: be SMART online! If you ever have any issues online, report it to an adult. You can always contact CEOP using the link on the homepage of our website, if you see anything you do not like online.

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EU Referendum

Year 6 and Year 3 took part in their very own EU Referendum today. For the last two days, Year 6 have been learning about the arguments from the ‘Remain’ and ‘Leave’ campaigns and deciding which one they wanted to vote for.

After deciding, each child worked on a piece of writing to use in the debate. Two teams of 4 pupils were chosen and the rest of the class acted as the audience. Year 3 pupils were invited to watch and listen, with all of the audience casting their votes.

The results were 93% ‘Remain’ and 7% ‘Leave’.

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Year 5 and 6 Refugee Awareness Workshops

Year 5 and 6 took part in refugee awareness workshops today, with EMTAS, the local authority’s education support for ethnic minorities. The pupils discussed and role-played how we welcome people and how we can welcome new people into our community and school.

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The Queen visits Liverpool!

Our School Council were fortunate to go to the Town Hall today to see the Queen as she visited Liverpool for the day. The council were also joined by Mrs Eaton, who was sharing in the excitement of the day!

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Cricket City Finals

Well done to our cricket team who finished in 6th place at today’s City Finals at Sefton Park Cricket Club. Once again, they have shown the school’s talent for cricket and we hope to be involved in finals day next year!

Year 2 Fathers Day match

We would like to thank all dads and everybody else who attended the football match. The children really enjoyed this experience and quality time with yourselves and they thoroughly enjoyed beating you!

We hope that you all have a fabulous day on Sunday, whatever you may be doing.

All pictures from the match are on the Key Stage One Summer 2016 page so please take a look!

Year 6 Cricket Competition – Alder Cricket Club

After coming through the after school cricket club to be chosen for the team, OLI were pitted against Wellesbourne, The Trinity and Middlefield in the group stages of the North/Central heat.

The first match against Middlefield saw Michee grab a hat trick of wickets to bring victory to OLI. Amman, team captain, won the toss and elected to field first. Restricting Middlefield to 213, the target was 214 to win. The game plan of no losing early wickets, worked with a total of 238 for OLI, for 2 wickets.

Game two was against Wellesbourne. Losing the toss, we were put into bat first and posted a respectable 244. Some poor fielding saw Wellesbourne narrowly win by 12 runs, putting them top of the group.

It seemed like Wellesbourne would take the top spot in the group, but there was a surprise in store. In our final match against The Trinity, Ayman won the toss and put them in to bat. Slow bowling allowed The Trinity to make some ground, scoring successive sixes to bring a total of 256. Wickets from Isabel and Michee dented their attack and brought some hope to the OLI batters.

Without losing a wicket, we scored a very high score of 285! Michee, Holly Spellman and Sean all chipping in with sixes extended our run score. Wellesbourne, Middlefield and ourselves won 2 matches out of 3, so it was down to who scored the most runs for 1st and 2nd place. After the demolition of The Trinity, we sat on top of the league, with Wellesbourne in second place.

A semi-final against Rudston was abandoned after a heavy downpour, and with no way to call a winner, both teams were put through to next week’s city finals at Sefton Park Cricket Club.

Well done to all the team, who all played an integral role – fielding and batting!

Inspiring Author Visit

Today some Year 3 and 5 pupils were lucky to meet award winning nature author and Cambridge professor Robert MacFarlane. The children recently completed a writing project, coming up with their own words for different wildflowers in Everton Park, planted as part of the ‘Grow Wild’ project. Robert is particularly interested in language associated with landscape and nature and was so impressed with the imaginative words that the children created!

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Year 2 Fathers Day match

Just to remind all dads, uncles, granddads or other male figures, there will be a fathers day football match to celebrate Fathers day.

The match will be a bit of fun for the children and adults and a chance to spend some quality time together!

The match will take place on the Key Stage One yard and start at 2.30pm on Friday 17th June 2016. If you have any questions please ask one of the Key Stage One team.

Gold Games Mark Award

We are delighted to be awarded the Gold Games Mark Award for 2015/16, for our commitment, delivery and engagement of competitive school sport this year.

This is a fantastic achievement with only a few schools in the city currently holding this award. 3 years ago we held the bronze award, finally gaining the silver award last academic year. A huge step-up was needed for the Gold Award, entering more competitions, ensuring more children have the opportunity to participate in extra curricular clubs and compete in a wide range of sports within school and against other schools.

Thank you to the Liverpool School Sports Partnership for supporting us throughout the year with PE and Sport, as well as parents and families who have supported at competitions and events.

Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School Mark Award 2016


Beat the Street Activities

There are two extra opportunities to play Beat the Street after school this week, in Stanley Park and Everton Park. See the posters below for more information.

We would love to see our pupils and families attending, so that they can earn more points for themselves and the school, as well as getting the whole family more active!

Thank you for all your hard work and support of this project so far!

After School activity for parents and children everton park

After School activity for parents and children stanley park

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