St Charles’ is first and foremost a Catholic school.

Our Mission is:

‘Love, Learn, Grow Together’

Our Aims are:

To love, respect and forgive as Jesus taught us

To inspire, nurture and celebrate the unique talents of everyone

To gather, share and value all in our community with an open heart

 

This is how we live our Catholic Life every day.

Our patron saint, St Charles Borromeo, is the patron saint of apple orchards, so we have taken an apple tree as a symbol to remind of us of his example to us all. You can see all sorts of depictions of apple trees all around the school, and, in the Summer of 2017, we had six apple trees – our own ‘orchard’ – planted at the front of our school.

                                                          

 

We teach our children using the ‘Come and See’ Religious Education curriculum.

RE Handbook

Parents and carers receive termly newsletters, ‘Come and See At Home’, informing them of what pupils are taught, and how they can be supported at home.

Parents’ Newsletter January 2018

 

 

We pray everyday, sharing Collective Worship and learning the prayers of the Catholic Church.

Collective Worship policy

We teach our pupils about Relationships and Sex Education from Reception to Year 6 through the ‘Journey In Love’ programme. Click on the links below to find out more.

RSE Policy

RSE statement

RSE information for parents

 

 

 

 

Our children support those less fortunate than they are by fund-raising for charities that they choose to support. In the last year those have included: Cafod, Nugent Care, the Red Cross appeal for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, Children in Need, as well as our link parish in Ghana.

We have close links with the parish of St Charles and St Thomas More, and our parish priest, Fr James Preston, is a regular visitor. He spends time in every class and sometimes stays and has lunch with the children.

Image result for st charles liverpool  click on the photo to visit the parish website

 

              LOOK AT SOME PICTURES FROM AROUND THE SCHOOL

                   

 

            

         

           

                  

 

                        

 

                  

 

                         

 

        

 

OUR CHILDREN ARE AMAZING AT FUNDRAISING FOR CHARITIES

 

        

       

 

          

The School Council helped prepare and wrap Christmas boxes to send to the children in Fr Emmanuel’s parish in Ghana.

The boxes contained pencils and pens for the pupils, which are expensive to buy in Ghana.

Some of our pupils made Christmas cards to send with the boxes.

 

 

THE ARCHBISHOP VISITED OUR SCHOOL

 

WE ALL TRY TO LIVE OUR MISSION EVERYDAY