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St Thomas' Road, Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire FY8 1JN

01253 722022

St Thomas' Church Of England Primary School

Messy Church, Sturday 20th January, 4pm - 6pm , St Thomas' Church Community Hall.

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Learning and Teaching

Our Staff

Co -Headteacher


Mr Maughan

Mrs Gilmour



Mrs Eaves

Teaching Assistants Miss Cunningham

Year 1


Mrs Greer

Teaching Assisant Mrs Arciniega

Year 2


Ms Martyn Clark

Teaching Assistant Mrs Fox

Year 3


Miss Hindle

Teaching Assistants Mrs Howarth

Year 4


Mrs Farrar

Teaching Assistant Mrs Greer & Mrs Mackay

Year 5


Miss Brown

Teaching Assistant Mrs Johnston & Miss Carey Halsted


Year 6


Miss Meredith

Teaching Assisants Mrs Sayer


Inclusion Manager

Mrs Thompson


Mrs Stones


Miss Hindle

IT Technician

Mrs Shields

Learning Mentor

Mrs Harrison

School Secretary

Mrs Ide

School Bursar

Mrs Davies

Site Supervisor

Mr Hamilton


Children's University

Celebrating learning is at the heart of the Children's University

"There is always one moment in childhood when the door opens and lets the future in." - Graham Greene

St Thomas’ CE Primary School is very proud to be a member of the Children's University™, which is a national organisation that provides 7 to 14 year olds with exciting and innovative learning activities and experiences outside normal school hours. We celebrate achievement and reward participation through our certificates. Raising children's aspirations is important to us and we aim to develop the understanding that learning can be the satellite navigation to better places in life!

The Children's University believes that children can and do learn anywhere, when doing all sorts of activities, and that children learn best when they decide what they want to learn, when and where, and most importantly, have FUN whilst learning.

The Children’s University provides you with the opportunity to take part in exciting and creative learning activities outside of the normal school day and these activities can be before school, during play and lunchtimes, after school, at weekends and during the school holidays.

Celebrating your achievements is very important to us.

Every child taking part in the Children's University is issued with their own Passport to Learning. It is for you to be able to record all of the Learning Activities at Learning Destinations that you take part in. The entries will be evidence of the hours of learning you do and will lead to the presentation of CU Certificates at a CU Graduation Ceremony.

If you look inside your Passport to Learning you will see that you can work through lots of CU Award levels. Starting with your Bronze Award for 30 hours of CU Learning Activities up to a Gold Fellowship Award for 1,000 hours. Your 30 hours Bronze Award can be awarded for one or more activities but after that you should have at least 5 hours of learning something new for the Silver level and then 10 hours of something new for your Gold and all other Awards over 100 hours.

There is a cost involved to register with Children’s University and be issued with a Passport to Learning, however this year our school Governors have kindly agreed to cover the costs.

If you would like any further information, please contact Mrs Harrison who is our Children’s University Co-ordinator.