Headteacher: Miss M Evans
(Designated Safeguarding lead)
Deputy Headteacher: Mrs C. Lewis
Chair of Governors: C.McCoy ( interim)
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mr Murphy
In the event of any school related questions or queries please contact Mrs D Askew at the School on 0151 477 8360.
Miss Lorraine Evans Parent Mentor is also available to assist parents/carers during the school day on 0151 477 8360
The children, staff and governors of St Columba’s Catholic Primary School, warmly welcome you to our website. Thank you for taking the time to visit us.
This website is a key part of ensuring good communication between school and home. It is intended to provide up to date information about the policies, procedures and organisation of the school, as well as providing you with an insight into what your child can expect from attending our school. We hope you will find it enjoyable, interesting and informative.
The prime mission of our school is to hold hands with Jesus as we love, learn and grow together. Through this mission we will aim to: inspire, motivate and achieve; unite, nurture and thrive; believe, pray and live in the Lord’s name.
The vision that we hold for our school is to tap into talents; break down barriers and dare to dream.
Our Mission Statement is at the heart of our school. We strive at all times to reflect the love of Jesus Christ by giving our children the best education possible in calm, safe and caring environment, ensuring that their dreams really do come true.
At St. Columba’s we have high expectations and aspirations for our pupils. We believe that children should enjoy school and want to come every day. We work hard to ensure that our environment is safe, welcoming and exciting, and that our curriculum is interesting and stimulating. We tap into the talents of every child, so that they will be motivated to achieve their full potential.
Our school is renowned for its welcoming and nurturing ethos. All visitors will be guaranteed the warmest of welcomes. The school has an excellent reputation with parents, parish and the wider community, particularly in regard to our Catholic ethos and the ‘exemplary and exceptional ‘care, guidance and support we give our children and their families. There are no barriers in our school, we unite together to fulfill our mission.