This weeks statement to live by is … I know what human dignity means and I show that I respect others. A reading from the Holy Gospel according to Luke Levi was a tax collector. Tax collectors were not liked by the people. As well as taking taxes for the Romans, they would take extra… Read more »
Yearly Archives: 2015
On Friday 12th June we celebrated our Feast Day. First thing in the morning the children in Key Stage Two walked to Sacred Heart RC Church to celebrate Mass and the children in Foundation/Key Stage One watched the Mass via the Parish website. We were delighted to welcome the Pupil Chaplains from St Edmunds RC… Read more »
On Thursday our Year 5 children had a wonderful Summer visit to The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. They watched and took part in experiments and learnt lots of new things.
On Monday we celebrated with Miss Hibbert on her very special birthday.
This weeks statement to live by is… I understand the importance of peace. A Reading from the Holy Gospel according to John Jesus said, “Peace I give to you . My own peace I leave with you . A peace which no-one else can offer, This is my gift… Read more »
Our Year 6 had a wonderful visit on Tuesday to Touchstones Museum in Rochdale, learning all about STEM; Bridge Building.
On the last day of term we received a lovely surprise for one of our Year 5 pupils – Lucy Manwaring was awarded the “Wrigly Cup “ for her recital of “The Mad Professors Daughter” by Alan Ahlberg in the poetry competition organised by The Rochdale Music Service. Lucy received a huge cup which she… Read more »
This week statement to live by is … I know how to show I am sorry. A reading from the Holy Gospel according to Luke Zacchaeus was lonely, but then he never expected to be anything else. After all he was a chief tax collector and nobody liked tax collectors. His job was to… Read more »
For their assembly on Friday the Year 4 children reminded us of the fruits of the Holy Spirit by acting them out and singing a welcome song to the Holy Spirit.
Today our school was full of Super Hero’s and Princesses as the children came into school either dressed as their favourite character or in their own clothes. The children were asked by The Friend’s of Sacred Heart School to bring in donation of a gift for our Summer Garden Party.