St Teresa of Lisieux Catholic Primary School, Utting Avenue East, Norris Green, Liverpool, Merseyside, L11 1DB
Love, Learn & Grow Together
Head Teacher: Mr Andrew Tremarco
Telephone: 0151 226 5018 or 0151 226 5020
Fax: 0151 270 3100
Contact: Mrs C. McMullen School Business Manager
Mr. Triggs our Computer teacher is currently taking charge of a KS2 Mine Craft Computing Club on a Thursday evening 3.10 – 4.00. Each class teacher has chosen a couple of children from their class. Hopefully more children will be given the chance next half term.
Christmas Craft Club
Mrs. Baker-Houghton is running a Christmas Craft Club for Year 1 and 2 children on a Wednesday lunchtime.
Tag Rugby Club
Tag Rugby for Year 6 is on a Monday evening from 3.10 – 4.00 with Mr. Barnett.
Furniture Restore Club
Furniture Restoration Club for Year 5 is on a Tuesday from 3.10 – 4.00
The Club is run by Mrs. Sloan. They are in the process of lovingly restoring old worn down furniture.
Sally and Miss. Regan run this relaxing group on a Wednesday after school from 3.10 – 4.00.
Choir meet on a Thursday evening from 3.10 – 4.00pm.
They meet with Mrs. Ungi and sing a variety of songs.
At the moment they are practising for all the Christmas Festivities.
Dancing Club at the moment meet on a Thursday from 3.10 – 4.00pm with Miss. Leslie and Mrs. Baskerville. A group of Year 5 girls are currently practising for a competition at St. John Bosco.
Board Game Club
A group of children from Years 1and 2 meet on a Wednesday with Mrs. Rimmer from 3.10 – 4.00pm. They play board games in a nice relaxed atmosphere.
Children from KS2 meet in the Library with Mrs. Hart on a Tuesday from 3.10 – 4.00. They read, investigate and mix together in a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere.
Military School Club
The Military School Team take a group of Year 5 children on a Monday from 3.10 – 4.00pm. They are involved in various activities based around self discipline and team work.
Multi Sports Club
Multi sports is on:
Tuesday for years 1/2 from 3.10pm – 4pm with Mr.Seddon.
Thursday for years 3/4 from 3.10pm – 4pm with Mr Seddon.
We have lots of fun, and the children are introduced to a variety of sports and games.
The Y6 boys played an excellent All Saints side losing 1-9, but the boys should be proud of their performance and on another day would have scored a lot more themselves. Thomas C continued his excellent form and showed great leadership qualities, winning the star performer award and special mentions to David for his tough tackling and brilliant ‘rebona’ and also Thomas G for his goal. well done Darron, Dylan, Mikail, David, Michael, Joel, Bradley, Thomas, Kai, Justin and Thomas G.
The Girls Football Squad currently train with Andy on a Friday from 3.10 – 4.00pm.
They have already been involved in a couple of exciting matches.
Cross Country Club
During the Wednesday Mile all children in KS1 and KS2 run a mile. They really enjoy it and are getting much fitter.
Mr. Seddon runs cross country on a Friday morning at 8.30am on the back yard. Children who want to run must come to school via breakfast club entrance already changed in their P.E. Kit. After the run they will get changed into their uniform.
Our school has entered the Cross Country League and Championships again this year, Mr. Seddon wants to train a team and hopefully do really well in the next couple of years.
Library Club is on Tuesdays for year 4 and 5 children from 3.10pm – 4pm with Mrs Hart.
Gymnastics is on Fridays from 3.10pm – 4pm with Mr Seddon.
We are currently practising a routine to be performed in assembly very soon.
KS2 Crafty Club currently meet on a Tuesday from 3.10 – 4.00pm with Mrs. McCormack and with Mrs, Cunningham.
In sewing club the past few months we have been making a bunting. This isn’t just any bunting, it’s special for our year 6. We will be using it for our leaving disco, our special leaving assembly and parents meetings. We are proud of this bunting project because it will be something we have made together before we leave and are extremely happy that other year 6 children for years to come will have the pleasure of using.