BRAKE ROAD SAFETY WEEK
Sunday 19th November is a day of Remembrance for all who have tragically lost their lives or been severely injured in road collisions – there is a memorial in St Johns Gardens behind St Georges Hall. Sadly, too many people are continuing to be affected directly or indirectly by deaths or serious injuries on are roads. This year the road safety charity “Brake” is focussing National Road Safety Week (19th November – 25th November) on speed and the consequences of driving too fast for the prevailing conditions. It is a fact that the speed of a vehicle involved in a collision can have a direct corelation on the severity of injuries. For more information please click here.
Wellbeing Coffee Mornings
Come and join us for a coffee/tea and meet our visitors 9.00am – 10.00am
Wednesday 15th November with Archbishop Blanch
Wednesday 6th December & Wednesday 28th February with Granby Toxteth Development Trust – Adult Courses including learning English as an additional language
Wednesday 24th January – Lauda—St Dunstan’s Church
Wednesday 7th February – School Mental Health Support Team (MHST)
Wednesday 20th March – Shelter – Housing Advice
Wednesday 24th April – Liverpool In Work – employment/CV advice
Wednesday 15th May with Picton & Kensington Children’s centre
We will offer:
- a relaxed, supportive atmosphere
- an opportunity to ask questions, discuss openly or a confidential space can be provided
- support given with signposting to other services
For more information please speak to Mrs Bushell or Mrs Bower
Parents’ Evening will take place on Tuesday 14th November. You will have the opportunity to come into school to talk with the teachers about how your child has settled in to his/her new class.
Letters will be sent home tonight, please complete and return the slip. Your child’s teacher will then let you know what time to come.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s teacher.
Thursday 25th October 2023
BE BRIGHT & BE SEEN
British Summertime ends this weekend – the clocks go back by an hour with most of us travelling in the dark. Please click the following link BE BRIGHT & BE SEEN for more information on how to stay
safer this winter making sure that other road users can see you.