Yearly Archives: 2016

This week statement to live by

This weeks statement to live by is… “I Know how to help others when they are in trouble” One day a crowd turned up at Jesus’ house. There were so many people that they could not fit in the house. Along came some men with their friend on a stretcher (he couldn’t move his Legs… Read more »


Year 6 Mindfulness sessions

Year 6 had two sessions on mindfulness and relaxation techniques before their important SAT tests. This is what the children had to say: “I thought it very relaxing and helped me quite a lot on my SATs. My favourite part was when we lay down on the mats and thought about how we felt. It… Read more »



Holy Year of Mercy

Holy Door Celebrations Based on the relay of prayer, a Holy door is going around all the schools in the Diocese of Salford, commencing at       Thorneyholme Primary School, Dunsop Bridge and finishing at the Cathedral School of St Peter and St John, Salford. The children have continued, in school, to learn more about this very… Read more »


Skipping Day

On Wednesday 20th April our school hosted a whole school skipping day. The skipping coach George (from Skipping4Schools) who led the day worked with the children from each individual year group. The skipping skills were adapted to suit each year group and ability and the children thoroughly enjoyed the sessions. The children were treated to… Read more »


This weeks statement to live by

This weeks statement to live by is… I know what humility means. God made the whole world and everything in it. God is wise and wonderful and yet God sent Jesus to show us that even those who have important jobs should love and care for others and not expect to be treated differently. In… Read more »


The Holy Door for the Year of Mercy

Based on the relay of prayer, a Holy door is going around all the schools in the Diocese of Salford, commencing at       Thorneyholme Primary School, Dunsop Bridge and finishing at the Cathedral School of St Peter and St John, Salford. The children have continued, in school, to learn more about this very special year and… Read more »


He has risen, Alleluia

On Monday the 11th April we returned to school following the Easter Holiday and began the day together with a special Alleluia Mass celebrated by Fr Patrick. Children from the our Key Stage Two did the reading and Key Stage One children presented the offertory.  



This weeks statement to live by

This week statement to live by is … I try to keep going when things get difficult and not give up hope. Mark 10 v 46 -52 As Jesus was leaving Jericho with his disciples and a large crowd, the son of Timaeus, Bartimaeus, a blind beggar was sitting along the road. Hearing that it… Read more »