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Thank you to everyone who donated and came  to the Christmas Fair  we raised £1690.83.


Overall this christmas we have raised £2,370.80



Huge thanks to all who so generously donated handbags and 'Man' bags of toiletries, warm accessories to bring a little festive cheer to those without a home in Liverpool and Sefton.


Street Corner Christ


I saw Christ to-day
At a street corner stand,
In the rags of a beggar he stood
He held ballads in his hand.

He was crying out: - "Two for a penny
Will anyone buy
The finest ballads ever made
From the stuff of joy?"

But the blind and deaf went past
Knowing only there
An uncouth ballad-seller
With tail-matted hair.

And I whom men call fool
His ballads bought,
Found him whom the pieties
Have vainly sought.

Patrick Kavanagh

Trip to Lapland


For three of our Year 6 pupils, Christmas came early this year! On Wednesday they are their parents attended a prize-giving at Police Headquarters as winners of a poster competition which aimed to highlight the menace of scrambler bikes in our area. The winning posters will feature in calendars and at businesses across Sefton and our three winnners , Livia Wilcox, Mischa O'Hanlon and Oliwia Janoweska will all travel to Lapland to meet Father Christmas.

Becky And Hattie's Neon Story For Guide Dogs Week

Becky's emotional story told through a neon moving artwork - how she went from feeling isolated and being bullied to living life to the full after being partnered with guide dog Hattie. Help support Guide Dogs this Guide Dogs Week! #LetsGlow #GuideDogsWeek

Life Changing Partnership Award: Lynette Proctor and Pippa

At just 21, Lynette Proctor's sight loss left her completely isolated. She had depression and panic attacks, and relied on her parents to go to hospital appointments and counselling sessions. Pippa has given Lynette the freedom and independence to go back to college, get a full-time job, and do dare devil fundraising feats for the charity Guide Dogs.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the children and parents, who donated very generously to our Guide Dogs for the Blind appeal this Easter.

The children have really enjoyed taking part in all of the events and we have been amazed by how much We have raised in such a short time.

Reception A collected £100

Reception S collected £23

Thank you



Remember our fund raising Bring & Buy Sale in school on the last day of half-term? Can you believe we raised a staggering £1,217, for the Nepalese earthquake. Staff and I were overwhelmed by your response to our appeal through donations of items to sell or raffle and for your support on the day.


Thank you so much.


"Each one of you is a child of God" Pope Francis