Posts By: ssmith

Statement to live by

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 »


First Holy Commumion

Over the last couple of weeks our year 3 children received First Holy Communion at Sacred Heart, Holy Family, St Johns, St Gabriel’s, St Vincent’s, and St Anselm’s. These were joyous celebrations and as ever we are immensely proud of all of the children.  Thank you to the priests, catechists, parents, teachers, governors and all who… Read more »


Year Six visit Hindu Temple

On Tuesday our Year 6 children visited The Hindu Temple in Oldham where they learnt all about the Hindu religion, and were given the opportunity to ask questions.   Thank you for making us feel so welcome.




Statement to live by

This weeks statement to live by is …. 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 to you. Don’t ever let… Read more »


Summer Garden Party

Our Garden Party was a great success!  The children really enjoyed playing on the bouncy castle and tasting the delicious cakes, burgers, hot dogs and ice creams . Thank you to everyone who supported the fair by either organising, donating gifts or helping on the evening. We raised £1,521.42 and as ever the money will… Read more »


Summer Fair Football

Well done and thank you to all the adults and children who took part in the Summer Fair football match. Better than watching the Euro’s, the match was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The sun shone and there was some nifty footwork, cracking goals and quite a few red and yellow cards during the match. The… Read more »



Statement to live by

This weeks 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 collect… Read more »