Thank you to our families who donated money for Children in Need, we raised a massive £381.31.
Please click on the link below to see important dates including parents’ evening, an INSET day, Christmas events and end of term date. Thank you
Christmas Dates 2023
We are currently experiencing technical issues with our website, this is affecting our Twitter (X) feed and a number of pages. Some of the information shown is out of date and a number of older pages are displayed. Our technical team are aware of this and are working hard to rectify this situation.
Please note that you will need to be logged in to Twitter (X) to view information about our school, to search for specific academic subjects use #olip(and the add curriculum area) eg. for images and information about our art curriculum use #olipart .
Thank you for your patience.
We are currently experiencing some difficulties with kitchen appliances, Cook and the team are trying their best to produce the meals advertised on the weekly menus however some alterations will need to be made. This means that more sandwiches are on offer which seems to suit the children when the weather is so warm! Thank you for bearing with us.
Click on the link below to access information about sports days, prize giving and all the other activities happening over the next 4 weeks.
Dates for your diary Summer ’23
Parents and carers are invited in to school at 9.15am on Wednesday 8th March to take part in internet safety workshops with their child. We are really looking forward to you then.
The Sandon (180 Oakfield Rd) has a free Christmas market from 12pm 17th December. Stalls have free toys and food for families who are struggling with the cost-of-living crisis.
Today we received information from Professor Matthew Ashton, Director of Public Health Liverpool. The letter contains advice and guidance for parents who are concerned about Strep A and scarlet fever.
Letter for parents 7th December 22
Our school council voted to support local charities this advent and would like to ask for your help.
Each week in advent we will be collecting different goods to help those in need in our community this Christmas.
Please bring ONE item from the list below each week
Week beginning 5th December – tinned foods
- Tinned tomatoes
- Baked beans/ spaghetti hoops
- Tinned meat
- Tinned vegetables
- Tinned fruit
Week beginning 12th December – dry goods
- Lentils, beans and pulses
Week beginning 19th December – toiletries and household goods
- Toiletries – deodorant, toilet paper, shower gel, shaving gel, shampoo, soap, toothbrushes, tooth paste, hand wipes
- Household items – laundry liquid detergent, laundry powder, washing up liquid
- Feminine products – sanitary towels and tampons
- Baby supplies – nappies, baby wipes and baby food
Chloe, Sadie, Ethan G, Mikey, Gabriel, Louis, Ethan T, Tharoon, Harry, Harinya, Colin and Mia
(OLI School Council)
Now that the children are settled into Reception, staff will begin administering statutory assessments. Please click on this link to access further information about this national screening.
We are delighted to share with you the results from our parent questionnaire from May 2022.
Click on the link below to access the results.
Parent Questionnaire Results 2022
In the coming weeks Bishop Tom Williams, our Chair of Governors, will be celebrating the Golden Jubilee of his Ordination in to the priesthood. He will celebrate Mass at St Anthony’s Church on Friday 27th May at 7pm and at the Cathedral on Sunday 29th May at 11am. Children, parents, staff and parishioners are all invited to join Bishop Tom for this very special occasion.
We look forward to seeing you there.
A great big thank you to all our parents and carers for attending Parents’ Evening on Tuesday, it was wonderful to welcome families back in to school.
Spring term parents’ evening will be on Tuesday 5th April from 3.30pm. Parents will be able to book a time slot to meet with their child’s teacher. Further information will be sent out via the school app.
We are really looking forward to celebrating world book day on Thursday 3rd March. Our teachers have been busy planning exciting and engaging activities to inspire a love for reading. We have guest readers calling in throughout the day and staff and children are encouraged to bring their favourite books to school to share with their classes.
We would love parents and families to take part on this day by sharing their favourite books with us too, tag us on Twitter @oli_primary.
Reading is huge part of our curriculum and many of the national curriculum subjects are taught using a quality text approach, we firmly believe that learning to read and developing a love of reading is our number one job!
World book day is the perfect reason for us to read, read and read some more!
”Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body” – Joseph Addison
Now our Reception children are settled in to school we will be beginning the national statutory Reception Baseline Assessment
Click the link for more information.
We are hoping to resolve the issue with our online reading resource soon and will keep parents posted. Children will be given new login details and passwords ASAP. Thank you for your patience.
My Rising Stars reading website will be out of action for the next few days please patient while we update this resource. Thank you