Live, Love, Learn, Grow
College Road, Skelmersdale, Lancashire WN8 0PY
Welcome to our general information page! Below is some helpful information such as term dates and a timetable of an average school day.
8:45am: School opens
9:00am - 9:10am: Registration and prayers
9:10am - 10:25am (KS1): Lessons/Activities
9:10am - 10:45am (KS2): Lessons/Activities
10:25am - 10:40am (KS1): Playtime
10:45am - 11am (KS2): Playtime
11am - 12pm (KS1): Lessons/Activities
11am - 12:15pm (KS2): Lessons/Activities
12am - 1:15pm (KS1): Lunch
12:15 - 1:15pm (KS2): Lunch
1:15pm - 3:15pm - Lessons/Activities
PLEASE THINK CAREFULLY BEFORE TAKING A FAMILY HOLIDAY DURING TERM TIME
Should any parents or carers require a paper copy of any information published on our school website then please contact Mrs Scarisbrick in the school office who will provide the document free-of-charge.
Children in Foundation Stage and Key Stage One have access to a Milk for school scheme and the Government Fruit scheme.
Key Stage Two Boys: white shirt and tie, navy knitted jumper, grey trousers or shorts.
EYFS & Key Stage One Boys: white polo shirt, navy knitted jumper, grey trousers or shorts.
Key Stage Two Girls: white blouse and tie, navy hinted jumper or cardigan, tartan skirt or pinafore, or grey skirt and trousers.
EYFS and Key Stage One Girls: white polo shirt, navy knitted jumper or cardigan, tartan skirt or pinafore or grey skirt and trousers.
A blue and white check dress is optional for the summer term.
P.E Kit: white St. Teresa's PE top, navy shorts, black plimsolls.
Please ensure all uniform is named.
Attending school every day will help give your child the best possible start in life.
Going to school every day means:
You can help your could by encouraging regular school attendance.
Your child's education is very important: attendance habits established in the foundation years of education can affect their entire school life.
What happens if a child does not attend school regularly?
By law, all children of a compulsory school age (between 5 and 16) must get a suitable full time education. As a parent you are responsible for making sure this happens and if you fail to do so, legal action my be taken by the authority.