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School Life

This week’s Roman Catholic statement to live by is “I know how to help others when they are in trouble” A big thank you to the children and staff of Lowerplace Primary school who, on Wednesday the 24th April, played a friendly football match. We were once again very proud of our children’s sporting attitudes… Read more »


Statement to live by

The statement to live by for week commencing 29th April 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… Read more »


School Life

Our Roman Catholic Statement to Live by is: I can recognise comfortable and uncomfortable feelings. On Monday and Tuesday we were once again very pleased to welcome the Spiritans to school who prepared and celebrated Mass with the children in years 4, 5 and 6. In years one and two the team worked with the… Read more »


Statement to live by

Our statement to live by for week commencing 22nd April  is…. I can recognise comfortable and uncomfortable feelings   A reading from the holy Gospel according to Luke Glory to you, O Lord Let us praise the God of Israel, for God has visited us and set us free. God has given us a saviour… Read more »


Toy Sale

Key Stage 2 organised a toy sale to help raise money for St Joseph’s Penny.      


Statement to live by

The statement to live by for week commencing 15th April is … I know when to ask for help and who to ask for help from. At times in our lives we all need help. We cannot do everything on our own. Sometimes we need to go to others and ask for their help. We… Read more »



Reconciliation

Reconciliation Year 4 – 6 had the opportunity to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation with the Spiritans.


Anti Bullying Day

We took “NO Name Calling” as a theme for this terms anti – bulling focus. KS 2 worked in their housegroups and were delighted to welcome the Chaplain from St Cuthberts and four ‘BIG Hearts’ from Year 10. We started the day with a quote:”sticks and stones will hurt my bones but names will never hurt… Read more »


School Life

  Our Roman Catholic Statement to live by is “I try to keep going when things get difficult and not give up hope” On Tuesday we once again , welcomed parents/carers parishioners to our Lenten Mass in the school hall celebrated by Father Patrick and Father Josephat.  The theme of the Mass was Sharing/love.    This… Read more »