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Golborne St Thomas C E Junior & Infant School
Church Street, Golborne, WA3 3TH, UK Warrington
Tel.01942 728153

Welcome to Golborne St Thomas C E Junior & Infant School

St.Thomas' Church of England Junior and Infant School was opened in 1870 and is a voluntary aided school in the Diocese of Liverpool. The Christian ethos of the school is at the heart of all we do. Our strong connection with the parish church of St.Thomas, Golborne means that we have an important role to play in church and community life. We also have strong links with local primary and secondary schools in Golborne and Lowton.


t St. Thomas’s we aim to:

  • provide a safe, secure, encouraging and happy environment in which every child feels accepted and is able to grow in confidence and self-esteem;

  • promote Christian beliefs, values and attitudes within the Anglican tradition and provide opportunities to learn about and demonstrate care and concern for others;

  • promote spiritual, moral and social development so that every child is able to make responsible decisions, reflect on personal beliefs and have a sense of wonder, awe and curiosity;

  • provide a broad, balanced, relevant and progressive programme of learning which meets individual needs and combines academic expectations with enjoyment;

  • use a range of teaching and learning styles which provide opportunities for exploration, interaction and first hand experience;

  • develop literacy skills and confidence in speaking and listening, and foster a love of reading and writing;

  • develop knowledge and understanding of mathematical concepts and skills and their application in daily life;

  • develop open, enquiring, creative and imaginative minds so that every child is able to make connections, ask questions, discuss and evaluate;

  • develop children's creative and aesthetic awareness in the visual and performing arts;
  • provide challenges and set realistic learning goals and develop skills in receiving and giving feed-back;

  • develop a child’s tolerance, respect and understanding of others and their belongings and create a sense of responsibility for his/her actions;

  • develop an awareness and understanding of cultural differences;

  • raise children’s awareness of the need for a healthy lifestyle and healthy choices in daily life;

  • provide the foundation for life-long learning.


Autumn Term 2006

1st Half School Opens Monday 4th September 8.50 a.m.
Half Term School Closes Friday 20th October 3.15 p.m.
2nd Half School Opens Monday 30th October 8.50 a.m.
Christmas School Closes Wednesday 20th December 3.15 p.m.


Spring Term 2007


1st Half School Opens Wednesday 3rd January 8.50 a.m.
Half Term School Closes Friday 9th February 3.15 p.m.
2nd Half School Opens Monday 19th February 8.50 a.m.
Easter School Closes Friday 30th March 3.15 p.m.


Summer Term 2007


Term Open/Close Date Time
1st Half School Opens Monday 16th April 8.50 a.m.
Bank Hol.

School Closed

(1 day only)

Monday 7th May  
Half Term School Closes Friday 25th May 3.15 p.m.
2nd Half School Opens Monday 4th June 8.50 a.m.
Summer School Closes Friday 13th July 3.15 p.m.


n the summer term 2006 children from all classes made visits to establishments across the North West as part of their learning.

Reception & Year 1 - Blackpool Zoo

Year 2 - Wigan Pier

Year 3 & Year 4 - Greenbank Synagogue and Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

Year 5 - Spaceport and Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

Year 6 - Liverpool John Moores University for outdoor education

Year 6 also attended the leavers service for children in Liverpool Diocesan schools at the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.

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