• Children’s University

      It is always a wonderful occasion and an absolute joy to see the children’s efforts formally recognised during such a prestigious event. On Monday 23rd June we took a large majority of our junior pupils to the Children’s University Celebration. These select pupils had  successfully shown a true dedication to extra curricular learning. This glorious event was(…)

    Children’s University
  • Plas Nantglyn

    Our year 5 and 6 classes have just returned from their residential trip to Plas Nantglyn. The children stayed in a beautiful 16th century country home with specially converted buildings, spacious playing fields, woods and a mountain stream situated in the heart of rural North Wales. The children found skills that they didn’t know they had through team(…)

    Plas Nantglyn
  • May Procession

    In honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary,  St. Brigid’s (accompanied by St. Albert’s Primary) held a procession in St. Albert’s Church. We prayed to Mary the Mother of Jesus and we crowned her statue with a beautiful crown. The children and staff then lay beautiful flowers as part of the procession. “She looked so beautiful.” (Year 1 pupil)

    May Procession
  • School Uniform

Welcome

Welcome to St.Brigid’s Catholic Primary School

Welcome to St.Brigid’s Catholic Primary School

Our website gives us the chance to celebrate and share some of the fantastic work and achievements of the children and parents/carers at St Brigid’s. It also gives us the opportunity to post information and policies that may be of interest to you as your children progress through the school.

Don’t forget, if you have any suggestion for possible improvements to the site, please get in touch to let us know.

With best wishes for a wonderful year.

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News

Sports, sports, sports!

Sports, sports, sports!

Oh, how we love our sports at St Brigid’s! The children are busy learning new skills week by week and we have many talented games players, athletes, dancers and gymnasts. Watch this space for more evidence!

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Come & See

Come & See

 

Our Year 1 pupils have been learning all about giving thanks. They have remembered that Mass is a special time for saying thank you to God for everything  – especially Jesus.

Winmarleigh November 2013

Winmarleigh November 2013

A wonderful time was had by all those who left school for a couple of days to visit Winmarleigh Hall. Our children, as always, behaved impeccably and represented themselves, their families and our school beautifully. Mr Riley, Ms Barker and Mrs Pickett reported that the children did brilliantly making sure that they had a go at all the activities – even the scary ones!!!

Children’s University

Children’s University

 

It is always a wonderful occasion and an absolute joy to see the children’s efforts formally recognised during such a prestigious event. On Monday 23rd June we took a large majority of our junior pupils to the Children’s University Celebration. These select pupils had  successfully shown a true dedication to extra curricular learning.

This glorious event was held at Liverpool Hope University. The children were a credit to themselves, their families and our school! Well done to you all.

Sacramental Preparation

Sacramental Preparation

Father David has now begun the preparation sessions with the children in Year 4 who will be making their Reconciliation before Christmas. Parents/Carers are expected to take their children to each of the three sessions following the 10am Sunday Mass at St Albert’s.

Session 1 – Sunday 10th November 11am

Session 2 – Sunday 17th November 11am

Session 3 – Sunday 24th November 11am

Sacrament of RECONCILIATION – Sunday 1st December 2pm

SPORTS RELIEF

SPORTS RELIEF

SPORTS RELIEF – We have been having a wonderful time today…raising money, having fun and keeping fit!!! Ask your child all about the teachers ‘step-up’ competition in assembly this morning, the planking competition between Ms Dempsey and Mrs Tyler and the race between Mrs Richards and Mr Riley! The children have also been learning all about the real difference their fundraising makes to the lives of others around the world – check out the Sports Relief webpage for more information.

Plas Nantglyn

Plas Nantglyn

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Our year 5 and 6 classes have just returned from their residential trip to Plas Nantglyn. The children stayed in a beautiful 16th century country home with specially converted buildings, spacious playing fields, woods and a mountain stream situated in the heart of rural North Wales. The children found skills that they didn’t know they had through team building challenges and had great fun on their numerous excursions.

We can’t wait to hear all the stories from the children and staff. click on the link to view more pictures.

School Uniform

School Uniform

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Wider opportunities

Wider opportunities

The wider opportunities team will be supporting our Year 4 pupils as they learn how to play the recorder this year. Keep a listen out for some mind-blowing melodies…hopefully you won’t need your earplugs!

May Procession

May Procession

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In honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary,  St. Brigid’s (accompanied by St. Albert’s Primary) held a procession in St. Albert’s Church. We prayed to Mary the Mother of Jesus and we crowned her statue with a beautiful crown. The children and staff then lay beautiful flowers as part of the procession.

“She looked so beautiful.” (Year 1 pupil)