SCHOOL RE-OPENS THIS MONDAY 8TH MARCH
As you are all well aware, we will be re-opening our school gates to ALL of our children this Monday.
We are all SO excited to welcome you all back.
For anyone who is a little worried, things will pretty much be exactly the same as they were when we returned in September.
Below are just a few reminders to keep us all safe and try to make sure that we will never have to close school again.
– Please arrive at your allocated time.
-Please maintain a 2m distance.
– One parent only to drop their child off.
– Adult MUST be wearing a face covering, when entering the perimeter of the school, or when speaking to a member of staff.
– Any parent who is exempt can leave their child with the adult at the gate.
– Please do not bring any unnecessary belongings into school.
All of the staff cannot wait for Monday to welcome our children back with open arms. (albeit virtually)
Please feel free to contact school by email or by telephone, if you have any concerns.
OFSTED Inspection update
With the madness and chaos of the pandemic, it is hard to believe that we had an OFSTED inspection two weeks before lockdown!
I am delighted to be able to share with you the outcome of that inspection.
St Columba Catholic Primary is a GOOD School, which is OUTSTANDING in Personal Development!!!
I really could not be any prouder of our children, our families and our staff. My deepest appreciation goes to each and every one of you.
Enjoy the read!
Knowsley Council Covid 19 Information for Parents 18th September 2020
Support for Families
There are times when every parent needs a bit of support, but it’s particularly difficult being a parent at present. Knowsley Family Learning Service has a team of experienced parenting support workers who are available to give advice and suggestions to help parents manage their children’s behaviour and anxieties during this difficult time.
If you would like to arrange a telephone call with one of the team of parent support workers, please contact the free phone number 0800 073 0043 and ask for Parenting Support. Your details will then be given to the Early Help Hub and someone will call you back.
Headteacher: Miss M Evans
(Designated Safeguarding lead)
Deputy Headteacher: Mrs C. Lewis
Chair of Governors: C.McCoy
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.
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.