Despite the rain, Year 2 enjoyed spending some time with Mrs Black this afternoon, reflecting on the real meaning of Christmas around our special crib.They listened carefully to the Christmas story before sharing a lovely version of ‘On a Starry Night’.Thank you to Parish of St John XXIII for our[…]
Faith in Action
As their second half term project for their Faith in Action Award, our Year 6 children have created Christmas cards for the parish. These will be sent out to a range of parishioners – the elderly, the lonely and those in hospital. We hope that our cards will show them[…]
We feel humbled and blessed by the generosity of our parish community who have asked us to house the Holy Family this Christmas. Please take a moment during Advent, to stop at the stable and reflect on the true meaning of Christmas. Please follow all social distancing guidelines when stopping[…]
In Matthew 25: 35-40 it reads – For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, “I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me. Year 6 have reflected on this bible reading and put their[…]
Year 6 put their Faith into Action by preparing, leading and filming the Rosary for the rest of the school. They usually lead the Rosary during the months of October and May but this year we were unable to gather in groups, so they have been creative. The Rosary video[…]
Year 6 Faith in Action Autumn Term Project Now, more than ever, our local food banks are asking for our support. From tomorrow, we are asking for donations for the food bank to be brought onto the yard and placed in the collection boxes. These boxes will be outside at[…]
Year 6 have been putting their Faith into Action today as they have designed posters and collection boxes ready for our annual Harvest collection next week. These will be placed on the school yard each morning next week, please use these to drop off any donations.