Celebrating a fantastic Year at Holy Spirit. Hope you enjoy this little movie!
Holy Spirit is a secure, friendly and faith-centered community where we seek to realise the full potential of all our members through the living love of Christ. All our work with children and their families, staff, governors, parishioners and the wider community is influenced by Gospel values.
Our Mission Statement
At Holy Spirit,
With Christ as our inspiration,
Our love of one another,
Love of learning
And love of life itself
We will soar to new heights.
Aims of Holy Spirit Catholic Primary School
To be a living Christian community rooted in gospel values.
To provide a rich education which nurtures and inspires all to learn and achieve.
To create a harmonious partnership between our parish, homes and the wider community.
At Holy Spirit we promote British Values
Through our curriculum we strive to promote British Values. We incorporate democratic principles, value the rule of law, support individual liberty and foster a community in which different faiths and beliefs are respected.
Holy Spirit is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff and Volunteers to share this commitment. We have a number of policies and procedures and policies in place that contribute to our safeguarding commitment, including our Child Protection Policy which can be viewed in the School Policies section of our website.
Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mrs Michelle Ravey (Headteacher).
Our Deputy Safeguarding Lead is Miss Sinead Walsh (Deputy Headteacher).
Click the link below to view the primary performance tables:
Click the links below for the lyrics to the songs and the dance moves!
So Parr, So Good!
Do you recognise yourself on any of these photographs from St.Vincent's school?
What an amazing turn out for the celebration from So Parr, So Good! It was lovely to share so many past memories of the school with former pupils and teachers.
Ofsted report - 21st March 2018
We are really delighted with our latest HMI report. The children were a credit to yourselves and really showed how wonderful they are. Please click the link below to read the latest report.
Dinosaur Day at Holy Spirit
We had an amazing visit from a dinosaur and her babies yesterday. She was of course a friendly dinosaur and she just needed a safe place to leave her egg!
Well done to all of our Children's University graduates, who graduated with bronze, silver or gold awards yesterday. We are so proud of you and really enjoyed the graduation at Liverpool Hope University. In the words of Stephen Hawkins, ❝One, remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Two, never give up work. ❞
Careers and Hobbies Fayre
To celebrate Parliament week we held a ‘Careers and Hobby Fayre’, on Monday 13th November from 1:30- 4:00pm. This was an amazing afternoon and we had a number of different stalls that all the children could visit. The stalls had members of staff, pupils and outside agencies sharing with everybody their aspirations and hobbies. It was a truly inspirational afternoon and loved by all. As Walt Disney said, ‘All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.’
Inspire to Aspire
Click below to read outcomes of our questionnaires. Thank you for your continued support, we really do value your feedback.
Latest Weekly Team Spirit:
Our Attendance target for 2018/2019 is 97%.
Our attendance for week beginning 4th February was:
Reception – 85.5%
Year 1 – 91.4%
Year 2 – 94.7%
Year 3 – 90.8%
Year 4 – 76.1%
Year 5 – 84.8%
Year 6 – 88.3%
Whole School – 87.4 %
Winning class this week –
Whole School September-Present 95.2 %
Latest School Calendar Events
- Spring half term break18Feb2019
- With you always year 4 children session 5 in St Vincents Church 6pm21Feb2019
12:00 am - 1:00 am
- Children return to school today25Feb2019
- St David's Day collective worship and celebration assembly01Mar2019
9:00 am - 9:30 am
- School photographer in school today04Mar2019
Please find our contact details at the top of our website if you have a query and wish to contact us. Please refer all queries to Mrs Lisa Gilmore (School Business Manager).
All documents from this site are available as a paper copy. Please direct your enquiries to the school office.
We have children in our school with severe nut allergies.
These allergies are such that the slightest contact with nuts could be life threatening.We therefore
respectfully ask that no nuts are knowingly brought onto the premises. This includes peanut butter and Nutella spread which we know are popular in lunch boxes. Please do not hesitate to contact the school office if you have any further questions.Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
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