St Patrick's Primary School, Liverpool

St. Patrick’s is a voluntary aided Catholic school for boys and girls aged 3-11 and is maintained by Liverpool Directorate for Education & Lifelong Learning. There are currently 202 pupils of compulsory school age on roll, and 27 children in our Nursery (September 2016).

Our committed staff deliver a broad and balanced curriculum. In addition to gaining skills across the National Curriculum, your child will grow in confidence, develop self-reliance and an ability to articulate feelings and ideas. We attach great importance to the development of the children’s social skills and seek to enable them to build relationships with other children and adults and be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others.

We feel that your involvement in this process is essential and are eager to have parental involvement at all levels. So to assist in communication we also have a Twitter account (@st_patricks) and an app (click on the links below to download or search for ‘St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School).

Childhood is a very special time and we will do our best to make it as happy and productive as possible for your child. We will encourage your child to follow our school motto,’Be the best that you can be’

Paper copies of any information on our website can be obtained with notice from the school office. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Gradden or Mrs Brown in the office.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs Lewis (Head Teacher)