Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School

Results of our Parents’ Questionnaire 2022

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

Bishop Tom’s Golden Jubilee

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. 

Parents’ Evening

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. 

Help for Ukraine

I’m sure like everyone in school you have been asking “How can we help the families of Ukraine?” The children and staff  have been praying for peace . You may like to share this prayer with your children at home. 

A prayer-for-peace-Children’s

The children and staff  have also decided that the focus of our Lenten giving this year will be to help the children and families of Ukraine in a practical way. 

We would like to support The Archdiocese of Liverpool who have organised parish collection points for essential goods which will be transported to help Ukrainian families in need .

Each Friday during Lent we are asking the children to donate a new essential survival item from the list below and then school staff will deliver the goods to a local parish collection centre. Each class will have a donation box to collect the items received and please ensure all items are new and unopened. 

Essential items for Ukraine poster 

  • Foil survival blankets
  • First aid kits
  • Bandages of different widths  
  • Toys
  • Crayons
  • Nappies
  • Nappy rash creams or baby bath lotions
  • Powdered baby milk  and Baby bottles
  • Shampoos, soap 
  • Toothbrushes, toothpaste
  • Towels
  • Children’s socks, underwear, vests , gloves
  • Sleeping bags
  • Metal cups
  • Thermal clothing
  • Hair brushes


The Archdiocese  has also set up a text service for those families that would also like to make a cash donation to help Ukraine . Click on this link below for more information

Donate to Ukraine

I would like to thankyou in advance of your support 

Mrs Sergeant

World Book Day 2022

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

ADHD Foundation – Free support for parents

Click here to view the ADHD parent support flier 

Understanding and supporting your child’s early development
Where?: Online live webinar
Date/Time?: Tuesday 15th February or Thursday 17th February 10am –2:30pm

Topics covered:
10am – 11am – Understanding early brain development and
neurodiversity – some discussion of Autism and ADHD.
11:15am – 12:15pm – Sensory sensitivities.
1:15pm – 2:30pm – Developing skills in emotional self-regulation.

Please register on the link below or contact emma.weaver@adhdfoundation.org.uk for
further information:

15th Feb: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2290154498121950475
17th Feb: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4301564786091677199

Happy New Year

School opens as normal tomorrow the 5th January 2022 with breakfast club from 8am.
If your child has any COVID19 symptoms please do a LFT test before attending school to ensure that they are negative.
Enjoy the last day of the holiday and we are looking forward to seeing everyone back in school tomorrow morning.

EU settlement scheme

EU Settlement Scheme Letter to Schools

Please click on the link above if you are a citizens of the EU, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland who wishes to continue living and working in the UK.

You will find information on how to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) for settled or pre-settled status. The deadline to do this is 30 June 2021.

Happy Easter

The staff and governors would like to wish all of our families a very happy Easter holiday.

We return to school on Monday 12th April and look forward to seeing all of the children in school .

All of the organisation that is in place in school to keep the children safe will continue after the holiday. The schools Covid 19 Risk Assessment is available for parents by clicking here 

Please click on this  link  to read a letter from The Local Authority and Public Health  

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