Removing an online image or video

Removing an online image or video

Removing an online image or video

Childline is working with the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) to help young people who want to remove sexually explicit images of themselves from the internet. Young people can use the Childline portal to anonymously verify their identity using the Yoti app, and then submit their application to the IWF to have the image removed wherever it appears on the internet.


Childline  Date: 20 October 2017

Boys’ Football Result: Our Lady Immaculate 4 – 1 Gwladys Street, 19th October 2017

A big thank-you and congratulations to the year 5 and 6 boys who played against Gwladys Street in today’s game. After a cancelled game yesterday, the boys were desperate to play in spite of the torrential rain through the afternoon… the match was confirmed as on thanks to a last minute phone call and we were good to go!

The 10-a-side game started out with teams playing defensively and little space being offered. Striker Dylan O’Brien had an early attempt go just over the bar before a stinging low effort from Gwladys Street was miraculously saved by keeper Kamil Skop (playing in cycling gloves as he’d forgotten his goalie gloves). Eventually after several attempts our attack broke through for “defensive midfielder” Jake Jones to score a close-range finish to make it 1-0! Jake must have been pleased with his positioning as his celebration consisted of him shouting “yay, goalhanging!” as he ran back towards his own half.

Very shortly after OLI made it 2-0 thanks to a top corner finish from just inside the box from Joe McFarlane-Wells (our newly appointed captain). A brilliant finish with his weaker foot! It wasn’t long before Jake Jones took a break from arguing with his dad on the touchline to grab a second and make it 3-0 to OLI just before half-time with another close-range effort from a Billy Smith corner.

The boys knew not to be complacent as shortly into the second half Gwladys Street pieced together an excellent attack to slide a goal in for 3-1. Some teams may have began to place blame but the boys kept their heads up and scored a goal of their own merely seconds later! Another close-range effort from attacker Zac Abbou providing his first ever OLI goal, we know it won’t be his last! Some excellent defending and clearances from Ruben McNeil, Jonny Gee and Daniel Smith kept our opponents from scoring again.

Shortly afterwards the game ended 4-1. A fantastic start to the season with the boys playing with the right tactics and right attitude. Special congratulations go to our debut players, with Ryan Lennon, Jonny Gee, Daniel Smith an Dylan O’Brien making their first appearances for the team, they did their school proud!

Man Of The Match: Jake Jones, for tireless work in defence and attack, scoring two goals and playing with excellent attitude and sportsmanship.

PGL – Day Two Update

Good evening from PGL, where the disco is in full swing! We had an afternoon of heavy rain but it did little to dampen the spirits of the pupils as they tackled all of their activities head on! Most pupils have now done raft building, low ropes, challenge course and giant swing activities, with two left for tomorrow morning. 

We are due to leave the centre at 1:30pm tomorrow afternoon, so traffic dependent we should be back at school by 3pm. We will be in touch on the way home to give real-time updates! Stay up to date with tomorrow’s activities on our Twitter page and pictures will be uploaded here over the next hour. 

Good Morning from PGL!

The children had a good night’s sleep and have just tucked into a full English breakfast! They are currently getting ready for some activities such as canoeing, raft building and low ropes!

PGL – Day One Update

All the children are now safe and sound, back in their rooms after problem solving, quad biking and an evening campfire. They had a lovely meal of lasagne/pasta and meatballs and garlic bread, along with chocolate mousse for dessert!

The children joined in with lots of campfire songs and listened to stories from the instructors. Everyone is having a great time so far! More updates tomorrow. Don’t forget to follow our Twitter account and download our school app (both available from the website home page in the top right hand corner).

DEAR-Drop Everything And Read !

On Friday our school took part in a city wide ‘Drop Everything And Read ‘ event where everybody across school stopped what they were doing and read! 

This brought an end to a great week with children all doing something they enjoy for a good cause .Thank you once again for all your support .


Year 6 Writing – Colomendy

The children in Year 6 used Roald Dahl’s novel ‘Boy’ to inspire and guide them  to write an interesting autobiographical account about one event in Colomendy. They tried to include adjectives and adverbs to make their writing as detailed as possible.


Olivia M





Children’s use of the internet: literature review.

Children’s use of the internet: literature review

The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) has published a literature review looking at children’s use of the internet, focussing on trends and emerging issues, and the online risk of harm to children and implications for safety policy and practice. Findings from the review include: children’s top worries online are pornography and violence, there is an emerging consensus that those already at risk offline are more likely to be at risk and vulnerable online, and there are currently very few independently evaluated online safety initiatives.

Source: UKCCIS  Date: 12 October 2017

Reading Buddies embracing the Readathon

Our Reading Buddies are all now fully trained and read in KS1 today . The children from Y4  were elated to try their practiced  skills on ‘real’ children and can’t wait until their next session . 



Why not join a Library during the Readathon?

The Liverpool Readathon is being held during National Libraries Week.

Liverpool Libraries Service is working hard to ensure more pupils and families visit libraries and are equipped with library cards to have access to both the 1000s of books available to lend. In addition, all members can use Read Liverpool to download free ebooks, audio books and magazines wherever and whenever they like so if your child has a laptop, Kindle, iPad or other tablet, join them up to get this access absolutely free!

Its fairly easy to set up, log on to the guide and follow the instructions at If you need further help you can contact the libraries service to find out when their next ebook workshop is being held.

Remember to keep reading!


Building a buzz around reading in OLI !

Help us to build a buzz about books and reading for fun as part of our mission to create a community of readers in our school . Thanks for all your help so far , we have had lots of parents, carers  family members and even ex pupils coming into school to read with small groups .


Joining forces for a great cause during Readathon

This week  more than 70 schools are joining forces to run a city-wide sponsored read  in a celebration of libraries, reading and the power of stories. Our Readathon had it’s first day today with children reading for pleasure  across school. We had mums and staff reading some of their favourite books to small groups and children recommending books to each other .


Please encourage your child to grasp this week to read for pleasure and have fun ! If you would like to come into school to read to small groups of children just let your child’s class teacher know . We’d love to see you !

Welcome to the OLI Readathon !

On your marks, Our Lady Immaculate ? Ready , set , read !

Our sponsored read is running during the Liverpool Readathon and coincides with  National Libraries week from Monday 9th -Friday 14th October . The money raised is to support ‘Read for Good’ who take mobile bookcases to children in hospital so they can  get access to books and resident readers during their stay. Their website has lots of information and some great activities for children . 

The main aim of the Liverpool Readathon is to motivate our children to read for fun . We know that learning to love reading as a child has benefits which last a lifetime. Children can read what they like from comics to classics , all they have to do is write it on their sponsorship card . Take a look at what they plan to read or help them complete it .(Try to get any  money raised into school by Friday 20th October please.) 

Please do support your child’s reading efforts as above all we hope they have fun !

Thanks for your support .

“Reading is like flying – it can carry you to different worlds. So hurray for Read for Good, which helps launch so many children on that exciting journey.”

Julia Donaldson


Cross Country – Stanley Park 3rd October 2017

Well done to our Year 5 and 6 pupils, some of whom new to the event, taking part in the cross country competition this evening. 

We had plenty of new faces in the team this time around and all pupils performed very well. Thank you to the parents who came to support too!


Boys: Bobby 29th, Billy 31st, Aeen 128th.

Girls: Shelby 60th, Poppy 66th, Macey 90th, Holly 117th, Tilly Mae 118th, Shannon 131st, Annie 132nd.

Young peoples’ rights on social media.

Young peoples’ rights on social media

The Children’s Commissioner for England has launched child-friendly guides and teacher resources, developed with TES and the law firm Schillings, to help children to understand what they are signing up to when they use Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat and WhatsApp.

Source: Children’s Commissioner for England  Date: 29 September 2017

Further information: Digital citizenship: young peoples’ rights on social media

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