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Newsletter 11
Welcome Back!
Believe…Achieve…Belong…together with Christ.  or  Telephone us on 0151 477 8400.

Admin staff who will answer your calls:
Mrs L Doyle a.m.
Mrs S Elder p.m.

Staff who are out of class to help
Miss A L Bowman  - Headteacher
Ms M Trayer - Deputy Headteacher
Mr C Lewis - Safeguarding Lead

😷 Face Masks Must Be Worn At ALL Times -
As You Approach School
& Within The School Grounds!  


Monday 19th April 2021


Dear families,

Last week was such a busy time, and we did not get a chance to say "Welcome back to school after the Easter break." It was great seeing so many children, safely, back in school!

Now that we are heading towards sunnier days. It is always great to see summer uniforms, but remember please leave your trainers at home.

The safety measures put in place back in Sept are still relevant. Face masks must be worn on site by all adults and teenagers. Everyone must keep 2m apart at all times.

If you wish to chat with staff, please ring and ask for a telephone appointment - please do not come to school, or approach staff at the gates / classroom doors!

Thank you to everyone who continues to support the Government Guidance that schools must follow. Keeping everyone safe from the virus will keep all class Bubbles fully open, and nobody will need to isolate for 10 days.

Thank you to all families who continue to support keeping our school community safe.

Take Care,
Take Action, & 

Stay Safe: 

So we can get back to normal quicker!

School Life & Community News

DOT Art  - voting is now open!

Our Yr 5 children created their dotart creations. The link  below will take you to the voting.

Let’s give our children the chance to shine and receive more votes than any other school. Please take a minute to vote.

Of course- their artwork is marvellous.

The three finalists are:
Lukas, Oliver and Meadow.

Thank you from Yr 5.

Sun Safety
Please apply a layer of sunscreen each day this week.

Hats are also advisable at play and lunchtimes.

Any UV levels above 3 are high enough to require sunscreen.
The levels for this week are:

Monday UV level 5

Tuesday UV level 5

Wednesday UV level 4

Thursday UV level 5

Friday UV level 5

Parents, please remember that we are a healthy school! 

All children can bring water bottles to drink throughout the day.
Children should refrain from bringing juice/lemonade in their water bottles.
Please remember water only.
Snacks that should be brought include:
Fruit/ toast/cheese/bread sticks.
Please leave crisps, sweets, chocolate bars and biscuits at home.

Children, as a healthy school, we do not want to see fizzy drinks, sweets and chocolate in school!

Please leave them at home and eat them as a treat when your teeth can be brushed straight after eating!

Information & Events
Knowsley Kitchen Veg Bus
Begins this Thursday and will be in the following locations:
The Falcon Pub carpark 11:45-12:30 p.m.

Northwood Community Centre 1:00-2:00 p.m.

St Andrew’s carpark 2:00-3:00 p.m.
On sale fresh fruit, veg and eggs.
 Catholic Life

Wednesday Word

This weeks Wednesday Word  is a bumper holiday edition and looks at the theme of  "Lent & Easter"

Click on the  picture below to read the full magazine.



Pope Francis Tweets
Pope Francis sends us inspiration via his tweets.

Our favourite one this week is....

  Here is the quiet voice of the Risen Lord who keeps saying to us: “Peace be with you!”
5 Ways to Well-Being

The focus for next week is:

The sunny weather will help us to get out and about and stay active.

Park your car a road or two further away so that you can walk to school. 

Life Skills
The life skill for this week is :

Putting on Sun Cream

UV is going to be high all week!

Make sure you know how to apply sun cream safely.

We want you to tell your teacher everyday that you have applied sun cream!
Celebrate the Week - Class Awards

This weeks class teacher awards go to...

Well Done To Everyone ! 

Keep Up The Good Work!

Covid-19 Information
Covid-19 Rapid Testing

Remember 1 in 3 people who have COVID-19 show no signs of illness but can pass on Covid-19 on to others!

Regular rapid testing is now available for everyone for FREE.

Regular rapid testing is a fast and easy way to find out if you have coronavirus and help protect your loved ones and our community.

It’s free and takes around 30 minutes.

You can order them online or :

When collecting packs of tests, you can collect 2 packs at a time (14 tests in total).


If anyone in a household is sick or showing signs of illness;
nobody from the household should come near school.

If someone is waiting for a Covid-19 test result
the whole household should not come near school!

If anyone in household has a cough, temperature, or loss of smell,
then a PCR test is needed, at a test centre, lateral flow tests cannot be used!

We do not want anyone put at risk!

Please note that the situation around Corona virus is rapidly changing and the information is correct at the time of sending this communication.

We will be updating further, as we have further information available.

School Twitter Account


Nursery a.m.  Mrs Woods  @NurserySmaaa
Nursery p.m.  Mrs Woods  @NurseySmaaa
Reception  Miss Taylor  @smaaareception
Reception  Mrs Fairhurst  @smaaareception
Yr 1 Mrs Moore  @Smaaayear01
Yr 1 Mrs Haigh & Ms Trayer  @Smaaayear01
Yr 2 Miss Canavan  @SMAAAyear2   
Yr 2 Mrs Elliott  @SMAAAyear2   
Yr 3 Mrs Ferguson  @SMAAAYear3
Yr 3 Miss Duffy  @SMAAAClass7
Yr 4 Miss Rossiter  @SMAAAyear4
Yr 4 Miss Hester  @SMAAAyear4
Yr 5 Mrs Bird  @SMAAAyear5
Yr 5 Mrs Grundy  @SMAAAyear5
Yr 6 Mr Arnold  @SMAAAClass013
Yr 6 Mrs Hulme  @SMAAAClass14
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