Church and Community

As a Church of England school, our ethos is based on strong Christian principles. R.E. and worship within the school are high quality experiences which allow the children to explore and develop their faith and spirituality, whilst celebrating the diversity and common elements of other faiths.

We enjoy close links with St Nicholas Church and the parishioners are very active members of our school community.  Classes regularly visit the church and members of the church support the teaching of RE in school. Together we try to build strong relationships between church and school.

The children also experience a whole school visit to the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool where they participated in a variety of extremely enjoyable activities, increasing their knowledge and understanding of the church. The wider community and families are always invited to join our whole school services which are held to celebrate harvest, Christmas, Easter and the end of the school year.

We are proud that the children at our school are caring individuals who are always eager to make a difference to their world by responding to our work for local, national and international charities. They have raised funds to provide goats for families in Africa, supported Water Aid and supported villagers in Sierra Leone to build a bakery. In this way, children develop into global citizens who understand the needs of others.

Please click on the link below for a copy of our most recent SIAMS report.

St. Nicholas SIAMS Report 2015

Clergy

A Message from the Vicar of St Nicholas Church:

St Nicholas Church seeks to be a welcoming church family for all ages.  You may be particularly interested to know about our worship and groups for children and young people.

Toddler Church 5-6pm on the 2nd Sunday each month,

JUICE (Join Us In Christ’s Environment) Toddlers’ group Wednesday afternoon in term time,

Sunday Sparks (2-11 years) Sundays during our 10.30 am service,

3F4U (Fun, Faith and Friendship for you – 7-11 years)an after school club.

and ‘the bridge’ youth group (11-14 years).

We value our strong links with the Church School and regular assemblies, seasonal services, church visits and joint projects take place.

For further details, please contact:

Revd.Canon Janet Roberts
St Nicholas’ Vicarage
Nicholas Rd
Blundellsands
Liverpool L23 6TS
(0151) 924 3551