At the beginning of term, we reviewed our Mission Statement. We shared ‘The Dot’ by Peter H Reynolds and listened to part of  St. Paul’s letter to the Philippians. We talked about how if we make a mark, we should see where it will take us and that we should have confidence as we can do all things through Christ who gives us strength. 

Christmas Mass 2021

Thank you to Father Faustinus for celebrating our Christmas Mass. It was a wonderful celebration. 


‘We are all unique’

In September, we reviewed our Mission Statement and thought about what makes us unique. Everyone drew around their hand and wrote in it or decorated it in their own unique way. We thought about how together we make a masterpiece. This year, we will be thinking about how we can all continue to work together to Live Love Learn at St Elizabeth’s. 

RE Home Learning Spring 2021

Spring Topic 2 Eucharist notes for parents and carers

First Holy Communions

Congratulations to the children in Y5 and Y6 who received Holy Communion for the first time during Advent. 

RE Home Learning Summer 2020



‘The God Who Speaks’

The Year of the Word 2020

Our School Mission this year is celebrating and sharing God’s word. The first part of our journey was sharing our favourite scripture passage from the Bible. We shared how we live out these messages and share them with others so we can fly higher than ever before.

We will be gaining deeper spiritual understanding this year through our RE lessons, prayer and Sacramental participation, it is going to be a very special year.

Harvest Festival

What a wonderful, spiritual celebration it was! The most beautiful moments in our school is where our whole school bring together our spirituality with Father Barry in St Elizabeth’s Church. We would like to thank everyone in our school community for your kind donations. Also a big thank you to Tesco and Mrs Stopforth for the wonderful bread representing ‘The Bread f Life.’ It truly was a time to reflect on all that we should be grateful for and to pray for those who are not a s fortunate. The music was uplifting and like a chorus of angels.

2018 – 2019

Year of the Eucharist

We had a wonderful, spiritual year celebrating living our lives by following Jesus’ ways. As a school community, we all learned more about the Eucharist through the vocabulary used, sacramental preparation for Holy Communions and through prayer. We spent the year aiming to celebrate the Eucharist through living out the Gospel Values through prayer and going to Church as often as we could. When we couldn’t get to Church, the key messages were delivered through our Collective Worships and newsletters home. Every person in our community was part of our display and we truly lived, loved and learnt remembering that Christ had no body but ours. 

Harvest Festival October 2018

We celebrated Harvest Festival together in Church. All the children (in Years 1 – 6) took part, either singing, reading or performing. Father Barry commented on how lovely and respectful the celebration was.Thank you to everyone who contributed by bringing in Harvest gifts, these were taken to the Cotton Street Homeless Centre. 


January 2018

In our first Prayer Praise Assembly we learnt all about our new RE topics. Over the next few week we will be learning about the Local Church and the local Community. 


Christmas Mass

We celebrated Christmas Mass in Church on Monday, 18th December with the Parishioners and our friends and family. 


Y4 Sacrament of Reconciliation

Children in Y4 received the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first on Tuesday, 5th December 2017. Thank you to Father Barry and Father Michael for helping the children celebrate this Sacrament. 


Wednesday,22nd November 2017

We celebrated our final Prayer Praise Assembly of this term by thinking about Advent – during Advent we will be waiting in hope and with expectation for our special visitor to arrive. We will use our gifts to share the real meaning of Christmas. 


Y6 Vocation and Commitment

As part of Y6’s Vocation and Commitment topic, Father John Doran visited school to tell the children all about his Ordination and the work he carries out as a Mill Hill Missionary. Sister Cecily and Sister Nuala, from the Franciscan Missionaries of St Joseph, also visited to talk about their vows and their vocation. 


Y6 Rejoice

6M invited their parents to join them to celebrate the end of their Vocations and Commitment Topic.


Wednesday, 8th November 2017

During the second Prayer Praise Assembly we found out all about Baptism, Confirmation and Belonging. The children in Key Stage 2 will be learning about making promises, what it means to be chosen, why commitment is important and about what commitment actually is. 


St Elizabeth’s Harvest Festival 18th October 2017

Year 6 led our Harvest Festival Service in St Elizabeth’s Church on Wednesday, 18th October. 

Thank you to everyone who contributed by bringing in Harvest gifts, these will be taken to The Sisters of the Missionaries in Seel Street in Liverpool. 


Hinduism Day September 2017

Priti Mistry visited our school to help the children learn about Hinduism through Come and See. Priti visited each class to tell the children all about her faith. 


13th September 2017

Key Stage 2 celebrated their first Prayer Praise Assembly of the Year today. Each Year Group told us about their RE topic and what they will be learning about over the next few weeks. 


First Holy Communions 2017

Congratulations to the children in Y4 who received the Sacrament of Holy Communion for the first time in May. They completed the ‘With You Always’ Sacramental Programme throughout the year working jointly with school and Parish. Both Holy Communion Masses were wonderful occasions and we thank Father Barry for helping the children to prepare for this special day. 

We would also like to thank the children, parents, teachers and catechists who helped in anyway to make this such a special occasion. 


Easter Assemblies 2017

We celebrated Holy Week through video clips, readings from the Bible, drama, dance, contemporary songs and hymns. 

Palm Sunday Y3


The Last Supper and Garden of Gethsemane Y4

4A (2)

Good Friday Y5


The Resurrection Y6


Nursery Visit St Elizabeth’s Church

The children in Nursery visited St Elizabeth’s Church to see the crib – the children said special prayers of thanks to Jesus. 


KS 2 Christmas Carol Service

On Wednesday, 14th December 2016, the children in Key Stage 2 retold the Christmas Story through readings and carols.

It was a beautiful service in Church. 


Y4 Reconciliation

Congratulations to the children in Year 4 who received the Sacrament of Reconciliation for the first time on Monday, 5th December 2016.


Harvest Festival

We celebrated our Harvest Festival on Wednesday, 19th October 2016. 3J led us in a wonderful celebration – they told us all about how fortunate we are as we have plenty of food to eat. Our Harvest Gifts were taken to The Missionaries of Charity in Liverpool. Thank you to all those who donated any Harvest goods.

Thank you for our food.

May we appreciate what we have

and never take it for granted.

We pray for those around the world, who do not have enough

to provide for their family.

We pray for a good harvest,

for generosity and love,

as we seek a better, fairer world.

We ask this through

Christ our Lord, Amen.


September 2016

Prayer Praise Assembly 14th September 2016

Key Stage 2 celebrated their first Prayer Praise Assembly of the Year today. Each Year Group told us about their RE topic and what they will be learning about over the next few weeks. 



With You Always Sacramental Programme 2016 – 2017

This year the children in Year 4 will be receiving the Sacraments  of Reconciliation and Holy Communion for the first time. 

We will be working alongside St Elizabeth’s Parish to complete the With You Always Sacramental Programme.

There will be a meeting each month for the children and a family member to attend.

The first meeting will be on Monday, 3rd October at 3pm in Church. 

The next meetings are as follows:

Monday, 31st October at 3pm in KS2 Hall.

Monday, 28th November at 3pm in KS2 Hall. 

The children will receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation on Monday, 5th December at 1:30pm in St. Elizabeth’s Church. 

Sullivan Spiritual Garden

On Wednesday, 6th July 2016, our Sullivan Spiritual Garden was blessed by Father Barry.

The garden, which was developed and brought to life by Mrs McCaughrean, is named after Mrs Sullivan, our old Headteacher.

It is a place for us to flourish and grow through prayers.

Father Barry blessed the Sullivan Spiritual Garden with Holy Water and said the following prayer of blessing:


Lord God, may this garden be a blessing to all who enjoy it,

may it be a delight and joy to all who look after it and cherish it.

May it be a place of safety and care for each other;

a plot of earth which grows and blooms and flowers;

where soft refreshing rain falls on soil full of promise,

where our eyes and ears and noses are refreshed by beauties

of your creation and gifts of each other.

May this be a garden set aside in the gounds dedicated to our school

may our school grow friendship, hospitality, and care for each other.

May we all know your love for us comes close, in this garden, in our hearts,

for you are alive for evermore, walking in the garden of our world.



St Elizabeth’s Easter Vigil

Well done to Caoimhe and Oisin Latimer who served at the Easter Vigil on Saturday, 26th March. The Easter Garden was made by the children who attend Little Church on Sundays.


Ash Wednesday

The children in Years 3 – 6 will be going to Mass on Wednesday, 10th February (at 9:10am) to receive Ashes to mark the beginning of Lent. 

To find out more about Ash Wednesday and Lent, click on the link below.


Happy New Year 2016

With You Always Sacramental Programme 2016

The Sacrament Meetings this term are:

Monday, 18th January   3pm

Monday, 29th February  3pm

Wednesday, 30th March  3pm

The meetings with take place in the KS2 Hall and the children must attend all meetings.


Jubilee of Mercy 2016

‘We are called to act mercifully with others in all we say and do.’

“A genuine experience of God’s mercy.” This is what Pope Francis hopes will await each and every Catholic during the coming months as the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy for 2015–16 began on Tuesday, 8th December 2015.

The Jubilee Year of Mercy is a time for focus on the mercy of God and a moment of grace and spiritual renewal for all Catholics.

To find out more visit the link below.

The Butterfly Story

The whole school took part in creating our vision and values for 2015/2016.

It’s all about being challenged.

The butterfly story SAM_3283
 Look at our gallery as all the teachers and children took part in sharing our visions and values in order to fly as we created our beautiful butterflies.

Key Stage 2 Christmas Carol Service

The children celebrated the real meaning of Christmas with a beautiful Carol Service in Church on Friday, 11th December. The Christmas Story was retold through readings and traditional carols.


First Reconciliation

Congratulations to all our children from Year 4 who made their First Reconciliation on 8th December  at St Elizabeth’s Church.


With You Always Sacramental Programme 2015/2016

Children in Year 4 will be receiving the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Confirmation and Holy Communion this school year.

Working with St Elizabeth’s Parish we will be following the Archdiocese of Liverpool Sacramental Programme, With You Always.

The first meeting for children and parents/carers will be on Monday, 21st September at 3pm in Church.

The following meetings have also been arranged:

Monday, 19th October at 3pm in KS2 Hall.

Monday, 16th November at 3pm in KS2 Hall.

The children in Year 4 will receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation on Tuesday, 8th December at 1:30pm in St Elizabeth’s Church. 

Y6 Leavers Mass

Y6 celebrated Mass, in St Elizabeth’s Church, on Friday, 10th July 2015.

The theme of the Mass was ‘Goodbye’ and Father Barry talked about how difficult it was to say Goodbye. The children wrote Prayers of Thanksgiving for their time at St Elizabeth’s and placed the prayers around the altar during the Offertory Procession. 


After Mass, Father Barry presented the children with their Assertive Mentoring Files.

Bishop Tom Williams Visitation  Thursday, 4th June 2015

Bishop Tom Williams visited St Elizabeth’s School on Thursday, 4th June. Bishop Tom visited every class and thought all the children at St Elizabeth’s were respectful and happy. 

Year 6 asked Bishop Tom all about his role as a Hospital Chaplain and about Lourdes.


Year 6 Visitors December 2014

Year 6 were lucky enough to talk to not one, but two members of the clergy this week.

Father John Doran from the Mill Hill missionaries came into tell us all about his missionary work in South Africa and Sister Knowel came and told us about St Francis and her vocation as a nun.

The children were fascinated to hear their stories and asked lots of very interesting questions.