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Education
March 5, 2024
St Margaret Clitherow Centre, Liverpool

SEND Funding and Law Conference with Gary Freeman

Full day training at St Margaret Clitherow Centre – registrations will open in January 2024

St Margaret Clitherow Centre, Liverpool

Croxteth Drive

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L17 1AA

Event
March 5, 2024
The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

Looking Towards the Cross: Lenten Evenings at the Irenaeus Centre

7:00PM

The Irenaeus Project will be hosting the first of four Lent Evenings in March. All are welcome, and Zoom links are also available for those who cannot attend in person. Please contact jenny@irenaeus.co.uk

The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

32 Great Georges Road

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Waterloo

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L22 1RD

Education
March 6, 2024
DW Stadium

SEND Funding and Law Conference with Gary Freeman

Full day training at DW Stadium in Wigan – registrations will open in January 2024

DW Stadium

15 Loire Dr, Robin Park Rd, Wigan WN5 0UH

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Education
March 8, 2024
St Margaret Clitherow Centre, Liverpool

SEND Funding and Law Conference with Gary Freeman

Full day training at St Margaret Clitherow Centre – registrations will open in January 2024

St Margaret Clitherow Centre, Liverpool

Croxteth Drive

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L17 1AA

Event
March 9, 2024
St Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Wigan

Care for Creation: Commitments, Actions and Participation

10:00AM - 3:30PM

Providing input on the latest environmental initiatives across the Archdiocese, and Care for Creation leadership training. Speakers on the day include Bishop John Arnold, the current Environmental Lead for the Bishop's Conference of England and Wales. More information can be found below.

St Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Wigan

Hardybutts

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WN1 3RZ

Mass
March 9, 2024
St Patrick, Wigan

Rt. Rev. Bishop John Arnold to celebrate Mass at St Patrick's Catholic Church, Wigan

9:15AM

Mass will be held at St Patricks, ahead of the Archdiocese of Liverpool Environment Conference Rt. Rev. Bishop John Arnold will be Principal Celebrant with Archbishop Malcom, Fr O'Shea and other celebrating clergy. Everyone is welcome, in particular those attending the conference that can arrive for this time.

St Patrick, Wigan

Hardybutts

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WN1 3RZ

Talk
March 11, 2024
St Anne, Ormskirk

Lenten talk: Jesus' Passion for the Kingdom of God. Walking with him to the Cross.

7:00PM - 8:00PM

Join David McLoughlin, Emeritus Fellow of Christian Theology at Newman University, as he explores the key events, clashes, and challenges that led to Jesus' death in St Mark's Gospel and re-examine with him the meaning of that death. All are welcome.

St Anne, Ormskirk

Prescot Road

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Event
March 12, 2024
Sisters of Our Lady of the Cenacle, Liverpool

Time Out on Tuesdays

10:30AM - 4PM

Wanting time for yourself? Time to stop and reflect? Time to step aside for a while from the daily round of life? Then why not join The Sisters of Our Lady and the Cenacle on a Tuesday to get away for a few hours to stop and ponder the important things of life? No need to book, just come along and maybe bring a friend. Suggested offering for the day is £10, bring your own lunch, tea/coffee provided. For further information contact Sr Winnie 0151,722,2271.

Sisters of Our Lady of the Cenacle, Liverpool

Tithebarn Grove

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Lance Lane, Wavertree

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L15 6TW

Event
March 12, 2024
The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

Looking Towards the Cross: Lenten Evenings at the Irenaeus Centre

7:00PM

The Irenaeus Project will be hosting the second of four Lent Evenings in March. All are welcome, and Zoom links are also available for those who cannot attend in person. Please contact jenny@irenaeus.co.uk

The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

32 Great Georges Road

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Waterloo

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L22 1RD

Event
March 13, 2024

Becoming a Welcoming Parish

7:00PM - 8:30PM

Find our how we include people of all cultures and backgrounds to our parishes. Guest speakers include: Jennie Taylor, Racial Justice Officer, Liverpool Diocese and; Emily Shepherd of Welcome Churches. This will be taking place online. You can book your place below.

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Education
March 14, 2024

EYFS Leadership network meeting via Zoom

13:00-16:00

The Spring 2024 EYFS Leadership Meeting will: • Share updates on current national priorities • Provide networking opportunities to share good practice and discuss implications for your schools N.B. A more detailed agenda will be published during the Spring Term in response to national updates and delegate requests.

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Education
March 15, 2024

EY2P HT & DHT Briefing via Zoom

13:00-15:00

This course will: • Provide an overview of current and national EYFS updates • Share key considerations within the new EYFS Framework • Explore quality assurance indicators within EYFS to ensure high quality provision for all children A more detailed agenda will be published in the spring term in response to national updates

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Mass
March 15, 2024
St Patrick, Wigan

St Patrick Feast Day Procession and Mass

1:45PM

St Patrick's Wigan, will be hosting their feast day celebrations on 15 March. The day starts with a procession of St Patrick's Statue, starting at St Patrick's Primary School into the Church. Mass will then be celebrated at the Church by Fr Ian O'Shea and concelebrating clergy.

St Patrick, Wigan

Hardybutts

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WN1 3RZ

Event
March 15, 2024

St Patrick Day Celebrations

7:00PM

The next part of St Patrick's Feast Day celebrations is a ticket-only Irish night at Whelley Ex Servicemen's Club, with music from Michael Coyne and Traditional Irish Dancing. Tickets for the Evening Celebrations are priced at £10, and can be purchased directly from the Church.

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Event
March 19, 2024
The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

Looking Towards the Cross: Lenten Evenings at the Irenaeus Centre

7:00PM

The Irenaeus Project will be hosting the third of four Lent Evenings in March. All are welcome, and Zoom links are also available for those who cannot attend in person. Please contact jenny@irenaeus.co.uk

The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

32 Great Georges Road

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Waterloo

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L22 1RD

March 20, 2024

EY2P Progression in Nursery Literacy Summer term via Zoom

09:00-12:00

The course will : • Identify high value learning objectives in the nursery summer term within reading and writing • Explore effective teaching approaches • Share strategies to narrow the gap in attainment • Facilitate networking opportunities for delegates to share good practice Each delegate will receive a comprehensive electronic training pack, including planning for two quality texts.

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March 20, 2024

EY2P Progression in Reception Literacy Summer term via Zoom

13:00-16:00

The course will : • Identify high value learning objectives in the reception summer term within reading and writing • Explore effective teaching approaches • Share strategies to narrow the gap in attainment • Facilitate networking opportunities for delegates to share good practice Each delegate will receive a comprehensive electronic training pack, including planning for two quality texts.

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Mass
March 21, 2024
St Oswald & St Edmund Arrowsmith, Ashton-in-Makerfield

Romero Mass

7:00PM

Ahead of the Feast Day of St Oscar Romero, there will be a special Mass at St Oswald and St Edmund Arrowsmith, with an opportunity to venerate the relics of St Romero. All are welcome.

St Oswald & St Edmund Arrowsmith, Ashton-in-Makerfield

Liverpool Road

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Ashton-in-Makerfield

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WN4 9NP

Talk
March 21, 2024
St Oswald & St Edmund Arrowsmith, Ashton-in-Makerfield

Drawing us close to Christ and the Saints: Relics and their meaning for us today

8:00PM - 9:00PM

Following the Romero Mass, Dr Jan Graffius will speak about relics and their significance for Catholics. Dr Graffius has been instrumental in conserving the relics of St Oscar Romero, including the relic gifted to the Archdiocese. She will share with us about the life and enduring legacy of St Oscar Romero, and how relics can continue to inspire us in our faith, and to work for justice and reconciliation in our world today. Dr Graffius is the Curator of Collections for the College Museum, Library and Archives at Stonyhurst College, and Trustee of the Romero Trust.

St Oswald & St Edmund Arrowsmith, Ashton-in-Makerfield

Liverpool Road

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Ashton-in-Makerfield

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WN4 9NP

March 22, 2024
St Margaret Clitherow Centre, Liverpool

"Assessment in Foundation Subjects" full day training with Emma Turner

9:30AM-3:00PM

In this full day of face to face training, Emma Turner will explore the following areas: Performance vs Learning Principles of effective assessment, Reflection on current approaches to assessment, The core purpose of assessment, The link between effective curriculum design and assessment in the foundation subjects, Reviewing our approach to assessment and data strategies, Challenges of assessing the foundation subjects. Sign up is below

St Margaret Clitherow Centre, Liverpool

Croxteth Drive

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L17 1AA

Event
March 23, 2024
Sisters of Our Lady of the Cenacle, Liverpool

Quiet Days at The Cenacle

10:30AM -4PM

We all need time to stop, ponder, be still, be find it hard to have the time. Why not come for a few hours, with like minded people, and just stop and be away from the daily round of life? Bring your own lunch, tea/coffee provided, suggested offering £10 No need to book, just come along and maybe bring a friend. For further information contact Sr Winnie, Cenacle, Tithebarn Grove, Lance Lane, L15 6TW tel 0151 722 2271

Sisters of Our Lady of the Cenacle, Liverpool

Tithebarn Grove

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Lance Lane, Wavertree

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L15 6TW

Concert
March 23, 2024
St Patrick, Toxteth

St Patrick's Spring Concert

4:30PM

In association with the University of Liverpool, St Patrick's will host the first of two concerts featuring students from the University of Liverpool performing a range of classical music in a wide variety of styles. All are welcome.

St Patrick, Toxteth

Park Place

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Toxteth

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L8 5RA

Event
March 26, 2024
The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

Looking Towards the Cross: Lenten Evenings at the Irenaeus Centre

7:00PM

The Irenaeus Project will be hosting the last of four Lent Evenings in March. All are welcome, and Zoom links are also available for those who cannot attend in person. Please contact jenny@irenaeus.co.uk

The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

32 Great Georges Road

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Waterloo

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L22 1RD

Event
March 27, 2024
The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

Walking the way of the Passion: A Holy Week retreat

The Irenaeus Project are hosting a Holy Week retreat, starting with a passover meal on Wednesday 27 March, concluding with the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday. To book a residential place, contact jenny@irenaeus.co.uk

The Irenaeus Project, Liverpool

32 Great Georges Road

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Waterloo

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L22 1RD

Event
March 30, 2024

Belle Vale Passion

12:00PM

What are you doing for Lent? This project promises to be a great way to prepare for Easter. It will offer the opportunity to nurture new friendships, contribute towards a community project, and above all, bring the Easter story to the local community. There are many roles, tasks, and voluntary jobs. We would like to get 100 people signed up by Ash Wednesday (14th Feb) and there is a role for everyone. Every parishioner is invited to join this unique journey throughout Lent. Those who live some distance away may feel this is something they could commit to this year. Please visit the website below to watch a short film and find out how you can get involved.

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Course
April 18, 2024

Pupil Book Study Training April/May 2024 (online)

3:30pm-4:30pm

“Pupil Book Study: An evidence-informed guide to help quality assure the curriculum” training with Alex Bedford. The training is delivered in 3 sessions remotely. Dates: 18/04/2024 15:30; 24/04/2024 15:30; 01/05/2024 15:30

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Concert
April 20, 2024
St Patrick, Toxteth

St Patrick's Spring Concert

4:30PM

In association with the University of Liverpool, St Patrick's will be hosting the second of two concerts with students from the University of Liverpool singing. All are welcome.

St Patrick, Toxteth

Park Place

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Toxteth

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L8 5RA

Event
June 11, 2024
Online

Inclusion Training - Webinar 1: Learning Environment

15:30-16:30

A bite sized session that looks at the importance of the learning environment and how this relates Maslow's Hierarchy of needs. The session will look at the importance of a consistent approach throughout the school, discuss how a person's environment impacts their emotional regulation and ability to learn, and explore different classroom strategies and tools that can help promote a calm and effective learning environment.

Online

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Event
June 18, 2024
Online

Inclusion Training - Webinar 2: Adaptive & Active Teaching

15:30-16:30

This bite sized session will look at the importance of Active learning and discuss why this approach is beneficial for all children. We will explore how adjustments can be made to lessons to allow opportunities for Active learning , that can take place both outside and in the classroom. The session will then look at what is meant by adaptive teaching and how this differs from differentiation. We will explore quicks wins to ensure that your children have access to appropriate scaffolding and discuss the importance of concrete apparatus.

Online

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Event
June 24, 2024
St Margaret Clitherow Centre, Liverpool

Emotion Coaching Training with Jack Newton

9:30-16:00

This is a half day training delivered by Jack Newton. The training will be delivered in Liverpool and Leyland. If you are worried about staff wellbeing, pupil wellbeing, behaviour or attendance – this training is for you!

St Margaret Clitherow Centre, Liverpool

Croxteth Drive

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L17 1AA

Event
June 25, 2024
Lancashire Football Association Leyland PR25 2LF

Emotion Coaching Training with Jack Newton

9:30-16:00

This is a half day training delivered by Jack Newton. The training will be delivered in Liverpool and Leyland. If you are worried about staff wellbeing, pupil wellbeing, behaviour or attendance – this training is for you!

Lancashire Football Association Leyland PR25 2LF

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Event
July 4, 2024
Online

Inclusion Training - Webinar 3: Emotional Regulation

15:30-16:30

The session will begin by looking at what is meant by emotional regulation and the impact this has in relation to retaining knowledge, engaging in positive relations and responding to events. We will discuss how all behaviour is a method of communication and look at the physical effects on the body after dysregulation. We will then explore what is meant by a person's "window of tolerance" and look at what external factor could contribute to narrowing this gap. Finally, we will conclude by sharing quick wins, strategies and tips to support children and young people with their emotional regulation.

Online

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