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As part of Liverpool Football Club’s initiative for young local fans, 18 of our children were able to enjoy the thrills of two Premier league matches this week.

The first group went to watch Liverpool vs Manchester United and the second group watched Liverpool vs West Bromwich Albion. For lots of the children it was their first match day experience and what an experience it was!

Both games had a great atmosphere and the children had a fabulous time joining in lots of the familiar songs, it was great to hear all the fans and our children cheering the team on.

The new Main Stand is an incredible sight and those with 100% attendance will be in a draw to be able to experience match day all over again! As usual, our children were well mannered and their behavior was impeccable, it was a pleasure to enjoy the football alongside them.



Arrival at school

The children are on track to return from PGL at 3pm today. Mr Garth has just phoned school to let us know that the coach has left Winmarleigh Hall.

PGL Day 3 – Good Morning!

Good morning from PGL, where the children have been extremely busy before their activities have even begun!

Up at 7am, the children got dressed and feasted on a full English breakfast and cereal, before cleaning their rooms and packing in record time, ready for their first activities at 9am. We are very proud of how independent all the children have been and their behaviour has been outstanding!

Each group has just begun the walk to their activity and we will be breaking for lunch at 12:30pm. Once the coach arrives after lunch, we will board and set off back to Liverpool – ETA: 3:30pm. If there is any change school will be informed and a message will be sent out!

PGL Day 2!

Good evening from Winmarleigh Hall! The children have had a day jam-packed with activities and in a change to the original schedule, a disco and games night is currently taking place!

After tomorrow’s activities, we will be leaving here at approximately 2pm and will aim to be back at school before 3:30pm. Mr Garth will call the school on the way home to update on any time changes. Please keep checking the website for these messages or make sure you have downloaded our app.

See you tomorrow!


PGL Day 2 – Breakfast!

The children had a great night’s sleep last night and are currently getting ready for their morning activities. Breakfast consisted of bacon, tomatoes, spaghetti and toast, as well as a variety of cereals which the children took full advantage of!

The children have also shared something that they were proud of themselves for during yesterday’s activities and also praised someone else in their group for their support and encouragement. The staff here are extremely proud of how independent the children are and they are showing themselves to be very polite and well mannered – we hope you are proud of them too!

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PGL Day 1

What a wonderful day we have had in the sunshine here at Winmarleigh Hall. The children have enjoyed various activities, such as canoeing, climbing and Jacob’s ladder! After tea, the children took part in some wacky races and are now showered and in bed ready for lights out at 9:30am.

Breakfast is at 7:55am, so we will update again later on in the morning!


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Blue Run for Joseph Lappin

It was great to see so many pupils and families turn our for the annual Blue Run for Joseph Lappin in Everton Park. Our very own Ruben McNeil was the winner of the boys under 12 category with Poppy Spellman’s dad, Peter, winning the male over 18 category.

If you have any pictures you would be happy for the school to share on our website and social media, please email them to for the attention of Mr Garth.


Cross Country at Clarke Gardens – 13/10/16

Well done to our Cross Country team, who performed very well on a difficult course. The route was reversed from previous years, meaning the start and finish sections were both up hill.

Once again, James came through first for our boys (81st overall) and Katie followed up her impressive top 30 finish at Wavertree with a 25th placed finish yesterday.

Boys: James (81), Dylan (87), Ethan (89), Ruben (109), Joe (111) and Antony (112).

Girls: Katie (25) and Poppy (58).

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School Council and Ambassador Election Results

Well done to all of our children who were nominated for school council and ambassador positions. Pupils and staff voted for the school councillors yesterday, with 2 pupils from each year group being elected.

Two pupils from Year 6 were then chosen by their peers after a round of speeches and campaigning yesterday afternoon. Well done to Katie and James who were elected. We wish all the pupils the very best in their new roles.


Year 3/4 Quicksticks Hockey Competition

Well done to our Year 3/4 team, who were picked based on their sportsmanship, teamwork and determination in PE lessons from this half term.

They played in a number of matches against other schools from the north of the city!

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School Ambassador and School Council Elections

Today, our school ambassador hopefuls carried out their last minute changes to speeches and delivered them to children in Years 2 – 6, aiming to win over voters for tomorrow’s elections.

The school council elections will also take place tomorrow, with children from each class having put themselves forward last week.

Good luck to everyone involved!

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Blue Run for Joseph – Friday 14th October 2016

West Everton Community Council, in association with the Shewsy, are once again holding the annual Blue Run for Joseph in the lower part of Everton Park, on Friday 14th October.

We would love to see a huge turn-out from our pupils and families to support this fantastic local cause. Last year, our pupil team won the schools’ event with around 20 pupils and parents taking part. Members of our school cross country team are expected to attend and will wear our school vests.

If you would like to take part, please download and complete the flyer below (your child will be bringing one home today – check reading folders!) and assemble at the Shewsy at 3.45pm. Members of school staff will also be there!


Certificate Winners

Well done to all of this week’s attendance and certificate winners! An extra special mention to those children from Year 5 and 6 who were awarded with Liverpool FC tickets for 100% attendance and punctuality so far this year!

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‘Naughty Bus’ visit

In Key Stage One we had a ‘naughty bus’ visit to our school. Please go onto our Key Stage One page to see the pictures!

Macmillan Afternoon Tea

Thank you to all members of our generous community for an amazing turn out for our afternoon tea. We raised £400 for Macmillan!

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