Who we are
Our school is situated in the Wavertree area of Liverpool within the former parish of Our Lady of Good Help. The old parish dates back to the 1870s and the school was one of the first to be built in the city of Liverpool.
Now, OLGH is part of the parish of Christ The King and Our Lady. We are a one-form entry school with a superb community spirit – one big family. Our mission is to provide a Catholic education whereby we teach our children to respect all faiths and to show empathy towards each other.
Our curriculum reflects our aspirations for the children of Our Lady of Good Help. It connects them to communities locally and throughout the world – reflecting our diversity. Content has been carefully selected to inspire and engage children. By the time our children leave OLGH, we want them to be confident, articulate and knowledgeable – ready to continue their learning journey. Throughout the curriculum, they will have the opportunity to explore, build knowledge, create and present their work in a variety of fun and challenging ways.
Our vision for Our Lady of Good Help is ‘academic and personal excellence for all’: We strive to provide a truly inclusive curriculum within a calm, positive, happy and nurturing environment that excites all children, encapsulates their natural curiosity, celebrates their achievements and is based on children knowing more as well as being able to do more. With the help of our expert team, every child must have the opportunity to achieve their full potential, be afforded new experiences, learn new skills, develop new talents and be recognised for their individual uniqueness. The promotion of the ‘Gospel Values’ will cultivate an environment full of love, respect, compassion and aspiration for all. We want our children to show confidence, resilience and commitment in all they do.