St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

Live, Love, Learn, Grow

College Road, Skelmersdale, Lancashire WN8 0PY

01695623842

head@st-teresas-upholland.lancs.sch.uk

Welcome

It is with great pleasure that we extend a very warm welcome to St Teresa's, and our School Website.

We are a Catholic Primary School and as such we believe that the ethos of our school must, in all aspects, reflect the teachings of Christ in the Gospels. Indeed, Our aim is to provide a high quality Christian Education based upon the teachings of Christ in the Gospels, where each individual can live life to the full; love like Jesus, learn from every opportunity and grow together in faith.

We hope that you enjoy looking through our website and sharing many of the special events and moments that take place in our school.  Should you require any further information, or you would like to visit our school then please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Mrs. C.M. Rigby

Headteacher

The smile is the shortest distance between two persons.    Victor Borge

Latest School Events Events

Half Term Holidays18Feb2019

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Year 6 to attend the Parish Mass26Feb2019

9:15 am - 9:45 am @ St Teresa's Church

Pick Up and Pray Y126Feb2019

2:50 pm - 3:05 pm @ St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

Year to visit Ashurst Beacon28Feb2019

9:15 am - 12:15 pm @ Ashurst Beacon

Community Coffee Morning led by Y601Mar2019

8:00 am - 8:45 am @ St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

Year Five to attend Parish Mass05Mar2019

9:15 am - 9:45 am @ St Teresa's Church

Pick Up and Pray Reception Class05Mar2019

2:50 pm - 3:05 pm @ St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

Ash Wednesday06Mar2019

Year to visit Ashurst Beacon07Mar2019

9:15 am - 12:15 pm @ Ashurst Beacon

World Book Day Celebrations07Mar2019

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In order to make our World Book Day celebrations great fun we will be asking the children to dress up as a character from a book. So get creative and we look forward to seeing everyone on the day for a day of fun-filled book activities.

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St Teresa's Catholic Primary School News

  • Half Term Holidays
    Thank you for your continued support this half term, we hope all our families enjoy a relaxing half term break.
  • World Book Day Celebrations—8th March 2019
    In order to make our World Book Day celebrations great fun we will be asking the children to dress up as a character from a book. So, over half term, get creative and we look forward to seeing everyone on the day for a day of fun-filled book activities.
  • Forest Schools for Reception Class
    After half term, Reception Class will be taking part in Forest School sessions with Miss Owen. There will be 5 sessions which will commence on Thursday 28th February and finish on Thursday 28th March.
  • Community Coffee Morning
    The next community coffee morning for parishioners and parents/carers will take place on Friday 1st March at 9am until 9.30am.
  • Classes attending the Parish Mass
    Year Six will be the next class to attend the parish mass on Tuesday 26th February 2019 at 9.15am.
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After School Clubs

The following After School Clubs are available after half term.  All Clubs take place from 3.15pm - 4.15pm.  Please collect your child from the school's main entrance.

Monday

Cricket for Years 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Arts and Crafts for Reception to Year 3.

Tuesday 

Cross Country for Years 3 to 6.

Wednesday

Tennis for Years 3, 4 and 5.

Lego Club for Years Reception to Year 3.

Thursday

Choir for Years 3 to 6

Notices

14.2.19

PTFA Meeting

The PTFA Committee will be meeting in school at 7.30pm on  Tuesday 26th February 2019.  All parents/carers, friends and staff are welcome to attend.

Car Parking along College Road

Please could I request that parent/carers park cars mindfully along College Road, particularly near the entrance and exits to the car park.  When cars are parked close to the exit of the car park it reduces the visibility for cars that are leaving school.  As a result, there have been a few ‘near misses’ which has resulted in increased anxiety for parents/carers.  Thank you for your support and cooperation in keeping our children safe. 

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