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19th & 20th December 2018

A lovely end to our advent season in school this week with our advent mass led by Class 5 and Father Brett as well as our KS2 Carol service, telling the story of the fist Christmas. The children were amazing and got everyone in the Christmas mood. Merry Christmas everyone.

Advent begins in School



Friday 9th November

Class 5 have led an assembly to celebrate Remembrance Day focusing on the history of the poppy appeal and what it represents.

Wednesday 7th November

Class 5 packaged shoe boxes ready to be sent off around the world as part of Operation Christmas Child. In total we managed to create 22 shoe boxes which will bring joy to children in other countries.

Monday 22nd October

Class Two lead a great assembly for the school and their parents sharing the work of The Samaritans Purse and the Christmas Shoe box appeal.

October is the Month of the Rosary

Each class have added a rosary focus to their prayer area.

If you would like to pray The Rosary in your home there is some helpful advice here..

Welcome back to all our families.

Here we have your Come and See Autumn newsletter and some additional information for our upcoming Other Faith week.

Thank you for a wonderful year!

Class 2 finished their Universal Church - Neighbours topic with a lovely liturgy about how to be a good neighbour. The children were able to reflect on their learning and discuss the scripture of The Good Samaritan.

2nd July 2018

Islam Focus Day

Today all the children in school took part in different learning tasks about the Muslim faith. This included research, prayer mats, the mosque, Islamic art and pattern and the 5 Pillars of Islam. The children worked in mixed groups around the school to learn more before coming together to share in a celebration assembly.


27th June 2018

Today our Class Two children lead assembly sharing their work on Neighbours across the world. They linked the celebration to their learning from Cafod and the World Cup.

They all spoke well and we are very proud of them.

15th June 2018

The Feast of Corpus Christi

Class 4 helped us to celebrate The Feast of Corpus Christi with a celebratory mass. They all did brilliantly!


20th May - Pentecost

The Birthday of The Church

This week our Class 3 children led the whole school community in a Pentecost assembly, sharing the story and prayers to help us celebrate the coming of the

Holy Spirit.

Mary in May

Our school entrance has now been dressed with a blue cloth, special prayers and fresh flowers for Our Lady.

The children in Class Two have been learning more about the early life of Mary and have been working on creating their own images of her.


Holy Week

The week began with a lovely liturgy lead by our Class 3 children, retelling the story of Palm Sunday.

Class Two led the school in a beautiful retell of the Last Supper with some songs and liturgical dance.


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Our journey through Holy Week continued with a wonderful drama of the Last Supper and Jesus' arrest by

Class 4.

In our final liturgy Class 5 shared the moving story of

The Three Trees.

We also took the time to remember the promises we made at the start of Lent with our Lenten branches.

Praying Together

The children in Class Two led the whole school in a Lenten liturgy encouraging us to keep our Lent promises and be more like Jesus.

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During Lent the Travelling Cross and resources will be shared around our school community. The bags are being sent home with different children each evening so that everyone will have the opportunity to take part over the coming weeks.

When the bag is in your home please take some time to read through and discuss the resources with your child. If you need and further support please speak to a member of staff.

In addition to the Travelling Crosses each of our classrooms have a Lenten branch as a focal point to our prayer areas.

The idea is that children, staff, parents and visitors can write down their promises and intentions for Lent and these can be hung on the branch.

During Holy Week the branches and intentions will form part of our final Liturgy.

KS2 Carol Concert

The children in KS2 performed a wonderful carol concert laying out the story of the Nativity with lots of wonderful hymns to help get us in the Christmas mood. We had a choir from Class 3, acting from Class 4, Latin from Class 5 and a wonderful Spanish carol to finish. Below is a copy of the concert for anyone who could not make it.

Part 1

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Making Advent Special

Monday 4th December

For our first day together in Advent the children and staff in school marked the occasion buy wearing one item of purple clothing. We linked this with the changing of the cloths and the Advent wreaths.

Don't the children look great!

Liturgy Leaders Getting Busy

Monday 4th December

Today our wonderful Liturgy Leaders put together Advent wreaths for each class. Using natural resources from our local area and the school grounds they worked together to create a focal point for each classroom.

Other Faith Week


Monday 27th November


Today every child our school took part in a range of learning opportunities focused on the Jewish Faith.

These included the significance of the Star of David, the festival of Hannukah, the making of unleavened bread, the significance of the Sedar Plate and the 10 Commandments.


The children worked creatively and collaboratively with their peers to learn and share understanding about another world faith.

Don't forget to head over to the Class 4 Autumn 2 page to see what happened on their visit to St Marie's Cathedral. This was an opportunity for the children to learn a little more about the history of the cathedral and also a time for quiet prayer and reflection.

Class 5 helped us to celebrate Remembrance Day with a very thoughtful and caring assembly.

In November, We Remember

Linked with Remembrance Day, each class have a travelling prayer bag. This bag will go home each day throughout the month of November. This gives the children the opportunity to share prayers with loved ones at home and think about our family members who have passed away.

With the help of the rest of the school and many generous donations Class 5 have made 21 shoe-boxes to donate to Operation Christmas Child. A very big thank you to everyone who donated to this project.

Our Class Two children led our school community in a lovely Harvest Assembly.

Thank you so much for all your kind donations, these will be passed on to the Salvation Army Foodbank.

October is the Month of the Rosary

Each class have added a rosary focus to their prayer area.

If you would like to pray The Rosary in your home there is some helpful advice here...

Here is the Come and See parent newsletter for the Autumn Term

Spirited Arts

the different ways in which we see God

First Holy Communion

24th June 2017

One family, growing together in love and faith, flourishing in an ever-changing world. We love, we believe, we shine, we achieve.