Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School

Year 6 Transition to High School Worries Coffee Morning

YPAS offer a mental health crisis drop-in service.


YPAS offer a mental health crisis drop-in service.

This is open to all young people and parents/carers in Liverpool and Knowsley

No appointment is needed, please drop in

#MentalHealthMatters #YouAreNotAlone

Today’s Masked Reader.

Wednesday’s Masked Reader! This person’s favourite holiday was to Mexico, their first job was an administrator and their favourite subject at school was PE. This person’s favourite book is “The Dinosaur that pooped Christmas” who is it?


Online Safety – App information

Dear Parents/Carers,

This is to inform you of an app that has come to light this week. The app is called Sweet Snap and there is an upgrade called Sweet snap lite.

This is a dangerous app to download. If downloaded it has been reported to also download additional software to your phone siltently. There have been instances of student’s photos being uploaded from the phone silently too. There are multiple adults accessing the chat and trying to talk to the chilldren in a sexual manner.

This has been reported to the Police but please can all parents/carers check their child’s phone and remove this app if they have it.

Please can you speak to your child about online safety.

If you would like additional resources to support this, then click the link below.


If you have any concerns regarding any apps or online safety, then please inform the Police and school.

Think you know

Think U Know

Parents/ Carers and Students why not have a go at the quiz? Let us know how you get on! Remember it is important to stay safe on line!

Supporting young people with SEND online

The UK Safer Internet Centre has published a blog offering advice and guidance to parents and carers of young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) on what content they might see online. Topics covered include: communication with others, friendships online, and information about appropriate behaviour online.

Supporting young people with SEND online

Thank you to every one!!!

Thank you for all of your support in raising funds for The Nest. Today as a whole school, we managed to raise £413.66!!!

This will make a big difference and I know they will be delighted!

School Fundraising Day for the Nest in Nairobi, Kenya. Thursday 24th October 2019

The Nest program reaches out to prevent the children of imprisoned mothers from fighting for survival on the streets. We rescue affected children and improve their living conditions during the imprisonment of their mothers. We rehabilitate and later reintegrate them and their released mothers with their extended families and society at large.

So please support us in raising funds for this worthy charity.

On Thursday 24th October 2019 we will be taking part in a variety of fundraising activities.

EYFS – sing a long

KS1 – Just Dance Extravaganza

LKS2 – Wacky clothes day.

UKS2 – AM – Handball / PM Disco.

All donations will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

Mrs Rimmer


Twitter: oli_primary

If you would like to access all the exciting activities that the children do in school please log onto Twitter. We update Twitter daily.


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