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We are proud to share and celebrate with you many of the elements which make St. Michael's Catholic Primary School so special. Being a Catholic school, we place Jesus and the message of the Gospels at the centre of all that we do.

Our Parish


We belong to the parish family of St Michael's Catholic Church


St. Michael's Catholic Church


West Derby Road,Liverpool 6.

Our Parish Priest is Father Fitzgerald.


For further information call 0151 263 6578

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Holy Communion 

With You Always Programme 2017 - 2018


Here at St Michael's we encourage the children to be personal examples of the life of God within us all. They are reminded to attend Mass and all the Sacraments.  Our Parish Priest Father Fitzgerald and the Catechists work alongside our parents and the school community, in the children's preparation for receiving the sacraments of Reconciliation, Confirmation and Eucharist. The children follow the WITH YOU ALWAYS program and this is delivered through monthly meetings and workshops during the Autumn and Spring terms of year 4. Children then make their first Reconciliation in the Autumn term and receive their First Communion during the Summer term.

This year your child is invited to prepare to receive the Sacraments of Reconciliation (confession) and First Holy Communion. Your family are asked to attend meetings together with your child. You should choose the meetings which are most convenient for you. If you are unable to attend you can ask another adult member of your family to attend the meeting to support your child e.g. a grandparent or aunt or uncle etc. But we hope that parents will be present with their children as much as possible. Any other children in your family are also welcome to come along if you can’t find someone to look after them. During each meeting we will spend some time in prayer and listen to the Word of God. You will help your child to learn about their faith and helpers from the parish will be on hand to help out as needed. We hope the sessions will be fun and that together we will all grow in our understanding of God’s great gifts. It is not possible to leave your child with us at a meeting and come to pick them up an hour later. They must be accompanied by an adult family member.


You are expected to bring your children to Mass. This is the best way for them to prepare for their First Holy Communion.

Masses are on Sunday at 10.30 am at St. Michael’s

               Saturday at 6:30 pm  at Sacred Heart

Holy Communion Preparation Dates

At the heart of our Christian Community is the wish to support others in our parish and global community.

Santa Dash 2017 - money raised for Zoe's Place and Woodlands Hospice.

Santa Dash 2017 - money raised for Zoe's Place and Woodlands Hospice. 1
Santa Dash 2017 - money raised for Zoe's Place and Woodlands Hospice. 2
Santa Dash 2017 - money raised for Zoe's Place and Woodlands Hospice. 3

Come and See


Come and See is a Catholic Primary Religious Education programme for Foundation and Key stages 1 and 2. The programme of study, written by a group of experienced diocesan advisors was introduced across the Federation in September 2012 and has been warmly received by staff and pupils. The child friendly material provided within Come and See allows children to explore the teachings of the Catholic church through the use of age appropriate resources and activities.

Each year group from Foundation 1 to year 6 have their own list of focus topics to consider throughout the academic year. The topic will coincide with the church calendar however, the depth in which the topic is explored is dependent upon the respective age of the child. For example, during Lent, whilst all children will learn about the plight of Christ, our Early Years children will consider the importance of growing and new life; Key Stage 1 children explore the effect of change and opportunities, with Key Stage 2 children considering the importance of self-discipline, sacrifice, death and new life.


Each topic is split into 3 sections-



Children learn through shared experiences and make connections between their life experiences and their friends.



At the heart of the programme is the mystery of God’s self-revelation of love through Jesus Christ. Come and See gives pupils the opportunity to explore the mystery of faith through Scripture and Tradition. 



Children remember and celebrate what they have learnt and apply their knowledge individually.


Children learn through shared experience and make connections between life’s experiences and the gospel teachings. Teaching methods stimulate activities resulting in a response from the ‘heart’ of the child, developing attitudes of respect and reverence and an understanding that following Jesus is a call to holiness and wholeness of life.


Children are taught in as creative a way as possible, using for example, role play, hot seating, drama, art, music, reflection; the children learn and live through experiencing living faith.


At the heart of the programme is the mystery of God’s self-revelation of love through Jesus Christ. Come and See gives pupils the opportunity to explore the mystery of faith through Scripture and Tradition.


Collective Worship

At St Michael’s we always strive to provide quality experiences of prayer and liturgy that support pupils’ spiritual development. These communal acts of prayer and the liturgical celebrations of the Church form part of everyday life in our school. Every child is given the opportunity to pray by giving praise and thanks to God using traditional prayers of the Catholic Church and many other sources of prayer that enable this to take place. We encourage the children to nurture a relationship with God through words, symbols, song, gestures and silence. Prayer is such an integral part of school life that it can never be confined to ‘timetabled’ slots but may take place in a variety of contexts other than those specifically structured.

The 4 parts of Collective Worship are :


Gather  Listen – Respond – Go Forth



We begin or enter – this could be to music,  singing together, saying a prayer or just a quiet moment. We aim to create an atmosphere of prayer.



This is a reading from scripture or sometimes another focus based on scripture. We pause at times for quiet contemplation.



This is what we do in response to the scripture.  It may be quiet reflection, a formal or informal prayer or responding to bidding prayers. We may also do something such as placing a pebble or other marker on the collective worship display or share our thoughts.


Go Forth:

We help those present to take the message away with them – prayer card, picture, common prayer, action etc.

Our School Prayers

In our school we offer our prayers to God everyday, children are taught daily, asking God to help us to follow Jesus and be a witness of hope and peace to the world.



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