School Closure

Sadly, our wonderful little school has had to close. But, we don’t want you to feel that you are alone.  We have set up an email which Mrs Lewis and Mrs Jones will answer any queries as best we can:

schoolclosures@st-patricks.liverpool.sch.uk

We hope to be in the school office to answer calls on a Tuesday on 0151 7091062 between 10am and 2pm

You can also contact the school via twitter @st_patricks

Home Learning

Pupils have online access to Spelling Shed, Maths Shed, Doodle Maths, Bug Club, Purple Mash and Times table Rockstars.

Also, via our school website we have set up weekly learning tasks that class teachers have set, these will be put up weekly and can be found at General home learning

To support you with keeping safe whilst off please visit our page Keeping safe at St Patrick’s 

We are very aware that pupils will be spending a lot more time online during this period. We advise parents to make themselves aware of our E-Safety information E-Safety 

If you keep an eye on twitter, we will be updating regularly different challenges and tasks that your children can take part in @st_patricks 

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE INTERNET ACCESS OR ARE STRUGGLING TO ACCESS LEARNING RESOURCES PLEASE CONTACT US AT schoolclosures@st-liverpool.sch.uk

SEND during closures

For children with SEND you can find a wealth of information to support your children during the closure https://stpatricksliverpool.co.uk/home-learning-pack/children-with-send/

Supporting Mental Health During Closure

During these uncertain times we can all feel ‘not quite right’ If you feel that you are struggling please contact the school via the above email or visit our mental health support page https://stpatricksliverpool.co.uk/mental-health-support/

 

Most importantly STAY HOME, STAY SAFE and focus on keeping your family happy.

Do not feel pressured to continue the same level of learning that your child would be receiving at school, this is unsustainable and when we return back to school we will catch your children up quickly.

Our home learning is there to help and does not need to be completed religiously, we want you all to stay safe, happy and … focus on being together!