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Consultation on Admissions: September 2020

Schools across Liverpool Archdiocese are consulting on proposed changes to admissions policies for September 2020. This will only effect new applications for Reception places from 2020 onwards. You can find further information about the proposed changes in the PDFs below or by going to http://www.liverpoolcatholic.org.uk/schools/Admissions-Consultations.

The consultation period will run between 3rd December 2018 and 25th January 2019 and you are invited to submit comments, in writing to the following address:

The Archdiocese of Liverpool

Schools Department

LACE

Croxteth Drive

Sefton Park

L17 1AA

or 

FAO Mr C. Williams at aes@rcaol.co.uk

Please also send comments to our Chair of Governors, Mr J. Williams, through the school office. 

File icon: pdf Caspers Booking and Payment Policy [pdf 180KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf CASPERS_Booking_form[1] [pdf 62KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Holidays 2019-2020 [pdf 45KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Nursery News 14th September 2018 [pdf 82KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Newsletter 14th December 2018 [pdf 113KB] Click to download

Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School

On behalf of Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School I would like to warmly welcome you to our school website. I am honoured to be the Headteacher of a thriving, learning community with supportive staff, governors, PSA, parents and parish community, who work hard to provide a range of opportunities within and beyond the curriculum.

We are a small successful, happy school in the semi-rural village of Rainford, St Helens. Our high expectations and high standards, combined with a sense of creativity, excellence and enjoyment, firmly underpinned by our steadfast belief that the Gospel Values of Jesus Christ are at the centre of everything we do.

At Corpus Christi we ensure your child will be encouraged, motivated and guided so that they develop their natural gifts and talents whilst becoming confident, ambitious and independent learners who know how to make well informed decisions about the choices they make in life. We believe that children must be excited to learn as well as being actively engaged in a challenging curriculum that is relevant to their everyday lives. We provide a caring and supportive atmosphere, which allows children to develop emotionally, socially and academically. We encourage every child to do their best because every child matters.

Mrs Samantha Birchall

Headteacher