Welcome

Dear Parents, Children and all Visitors,

May I greet you on behalf of myself and the whole staff to your school. Here at St. Sebastian's we welcome the partnership of Parish, Home and School; we work extremely hard to create a community spirit and we very much hope you will choose to become part of it.

As you have chosen a Catholic School for your child, you will understand the importance our religion holds for us all; it is this ethos which is so much part of St. Sebastian's. We look to our pupils to embrace the traditions of our School and live up to its mottoes.

We must all work very hard to enable our children achieve their full potential in everything they do - in their work, play and spiritual development.

St. Sebastian's is a happy and lively place where we want everyone to feel at home and comfortable. You have a crucial role in making this happen and I hope you will become fully involved in all we do.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Dennis Hardiman

Executive Headteacher

Latest School Calendar Events

Half Term30May2016

Year 2 Swimming07Jun2016

LDCSA Athletics07Jun2016

3:00 pm - 5:30 pm @ Wavetree

Year 2 trip to the Storybarn08Jun2016

10:00 am - 12:00 pm @ Calderstones Storybarn

LDCSA Athletics09Jun2016

3:00 pm - 5:30 pm @ Wavertree

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  • Mother Tongue Other Tongue is a  free to enter competition open to pupils aged between 8 and 18. Mother Tongue asks pupils, who do not have English as a first language, to write about what a lullaby, poem or song in their native language means to them, while Other Tongue asks pupils to create an original poem in a second language they are learning at school. Closing date for entries is Wednesday 8th June. 

The DFE have launched online resources to support schools in respect of the “Prevent Agenda.”

This agenda is part of the government's counter-terrorism strategy. It aims to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism.

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Mission Statement

 

Our School aims to be a community which reflects real gospel values of love and forgiveness,

a community in which each individual, child and adult, can work and develop

in an atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding

so as to broaden their appreciation of the world, its cultures and its people.

 

Study, Sanctity and Service.

 

    

 

 

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