Latest School Newsletter

Message from Rev Amanda (St Luke's Church Vicar)

We are very proud and privileged to have St Luke’s Halsall C of E primary school in our church family.

We enjoy ever strengthening links with our school. A number of dedicated church members serve on the Governing Body, supporting Mr Miller and his staff in leading the school. Others volunteer in a wide variety of ways. We have this year welcomed our congregation and PCC members into school for cake, coffee and pupil led tours.

Supporting the spiritual growth of the school is at the heart of all we do. A team of clergy, led by myself, and lay people lead Collective Worship each week. I also enjoy time in school supporting various aspects of the curriculum. I visit school every week with my dog Poppy, who is our much loved School Dog. Many school services and celebrations are held in church throughout the year to which all are welcome.

Last year, with the help of some enthusiastic members of our congregation, we ran interactive prayer and reflection sessions for ‘Experience Pentecost’. This was opened up to parents and carers too. This was so successful that we are currently planning ‘Experience Church’ to take place this year.

We thank God for our school church family and look forward to welcoming all members of our school family into the heart of our church. You are very welcome to join us for the many services, groups, and events we enjoy at St Luke’s Great Crosby.

With every blessing,

Rev Amanda

Message from Richard (Headteacher)

We feel very lucky to be part of the loving family of St Luke’s Church Crosby. We enjoy and value both the practical and spiritual support of so many church members.
Together our church, children, families, staff and governors worked together to create our vision statement below. We believe it reflects clearly all we hope to achieve for our boys and girls.
You are always welcome to visit our school by appointment.
Please find contact details and more about us on our website
Richard Miller (Headteacher)

Vision Statement

My commandment is this, ‘Love one another as I love you.’- John 15 v 12

At St. Luke’s Halsall we value each person and believe that there is something extraordinary and wondrous in everybody as unique creations of God.
We aspire to let the love of Jesus run through all we do and are, so shaping us as a family of God, which enables everyone to grow and flourish, spreading His love to all those we meet through our service to others, now and always.

This empowers each one of us to live out and be challenged by our mission of,
‘Inspiring lives, building futures together with Jesus’

The pupils create wall-hanging banners, as a gift to our church every year. This year the theme was ‘Jesus is …’