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Stay Safe Online – information for parents

The Merseyside Police Digital PCSO would like to highlight to parents that due to the current COVID-19 incident, there has been an increase in young people accessing devices to socialise,…

World Autism Awareness Day

Thursday 2nd April 2020 is World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD). What does that mean? This day is recognised in order to raise public awareness of autism. WAAD highlights the need…

Competition Time

Liverpool Hope University Easter Competition Ages 5 -11 In a current time of uncertainty and change, coming together, supporting one another and showing a little kindness has never been more important….

Lip Sync Video – Get involved!

Good afternoon, We are delighted to announce a little initiative for you to get involved with. As a school we are going to produce a Lip Sync song and would…

Oak Class

It looks like our Oak Class have been busy during this period. Here is some of their fantastic work. Oak Class Work

Recycle For Schools

Dear Parents/Carers, As everyone is spending time at home at the moment you may be doing those jobs which you never get done…..like clearing out your wardrobe. Co-op Academy Woodslee…

Best Week Ever!

Team 1 has had the best week ever. We’ve had so much fun. Our children were helped to make a display for outside the school to say thank you to…

For old times sake

Thank you to Mrs Haggett who found this on her Facebook memories. This picture is from post war, rationing still going on and before ipads and Nintendo switch. If they…

Mental Health – CAMHS

As we self isolate it is important to keep our mental health safe as well as our physical health. CAMHS is used as a term for all services that work…

Staying safe from Coronavirus

This article is an interesting read and gives us some ideas how to protect ourselves against Coronavirus. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/mar/20/coronavirus-kids-risks-can-they-infect-adults?CMP=share_androidApp_Yahoo_Mail