Topic: 2014/15 Spring

Year 2 Class Assembly

On Friday 20th November at 9.15 am, our Year 2 children presented their thought provoking assembly all about “Anti-bullying ”  to our parents/carers. (Pictures coming soon)

This weeks statement to live by

I can say one good thing about myself.   St. Paul who was a famous follower of Jesus wrote a letter to his friends in a place called Corinth. His friends were also followers of Jesus. In the letter he told his friends that God has given us all gifts. There is something that each… Read more »

Our statement to live by

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 »

Stations of the Cross

Our year 5 children led the rest of the children in Key Stage Two on reflections on five of the Stations of The Cross. The children led each other to different parts of the school where the Stations had been prepared for them. Reflections were thoughtfully read aloud and at each of the Stations and… Read more »

Our Final Lenten Mass

On Thursday 26th March we celebrated our final Lenten Mass in the school hall. The children planned a beautiful Mass on the theme of helping and service and this began with a pupil in year 6 washing the feet of a child from each of the classes.

Lent Café

On Tuesday 24th March we welcomed parents/carers and governors to our Lenten Café Church. This was an opportunity to come together to pray and reflect on the season of Lent through lots of creative activities.  

Greater Manchester Cross Country Championship!

What an achievement by Sean and Elissa! Our two children qualified and were selected from children across the North West for this competition. The final took part at Heaton Park on Saturday 21st March. There were a large number of spectators and children attending from other schools. A difficult course against tough opposition. A big… Read more »

This weeks statement to live by

I understand what humility means. Just before they began their last supper together, Jesus wrapped a towel round himself, filled a bowl of water and knelt before each one of them to wash their feet and wipe them with a towel. Peter was horrified and tried to refuse. “You shall never wash my feet,” he… Read more »