Pilch Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside L14 0JG

0151 477 8815


St Margaret Mary's Catholic Infant School

Loving, learning, growing together with Jesus

Our School

St Margaret Mary’s is a vibrant place with a happy, caring atmosphere. Our vision is of a wonderful partnership with Church, parents, teachers, governors and other relevant agencies. Working with Fr Ian, our Parish Priest, St Margaret Mary’s Catholic Junior School and neighbouring schools and nurseries, we aim to be an integral part of the Parish and local community. Our school offers a creative curriculum that excites interests and encourages all of our children to learn and to reach their full potential and laying firm foundations for future learning. We are very proud of our academic achievements and parish/community links.

The website is a key part in improving our communication between school and home. I hope you will find it enjoyable, interesting and informative.

Please read our school prospectus, it contains lots of useful information about our school, the curriculum and how we can help and support you and your family as they begin their educational career.


Nursery Prospectus

School Prospectus


 Home and School Agreement:


All parents have a very important role to play in partnership with the school in supporting their child’s development.

All parents are asked to sign the Home and School Agreement, and we ask parents to agree to the following:


  • Your child will attend school at all times during term time
  • Your child will arrive at school on time every day
  • Your child will always wear the correct school uniform
  • Your child will always bring his/her reading book and P.E. kit to school
  • Your child will attempt all set homework; if you have any concerns regarding this please do speak the class teacher


We also ask parents to:

  • Support the Catholic ethos of the school
  • Encourage their child to show kindness and consideration to others.
  • Support your child’s learning by listening to him/her read regularly at home and support him/her in other opportunities for home learning.
  • Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour and attendance.
  • Ensure that the use of social networking sites does not affect our school community. This includes not writing comments about the school or any aspect of school on Facebook and Social Networking Sites. If you have a concern you should speak to someone in school about this.
  • Let the school know about any changes or concerns/ problems that might affect your child’s work or behaviour.
  • Attend all parent’s meetings and discussions about your child’s welfare and progress.


If you wish to apply for a school place, please see details under the information/admissions tab.