Topic: Religious Life

Our Year 5 children visit St Thomas Delph

On Thursday our Year 5 children visited St Thomas’ Delph were they experienced Pentecost through lots of different reflections and activities. The children had a wonderful time and greatly enjoyed their visit.

Our statement to live by

This weeks statement to live by is… I try to accept forgiveness from others. A reading from the holy Gospel according to Luke   One of the men on the cross made fun of Jesus saying, “If you are a real king why don’t you save us all?” The other man told him to be… Read more »

Statement to live by

Our statement to live by for week commencing 11th May is… I try to forgive people when then hurt me. Reader 1 Matthew 18: 21-22 Peter came to Jesus and said Lord, if another member of the church sins against me, how often should I forgive? As many as seven times?” Jesus said to him,… Read more »

Crowning of the Statue of Our Lady

‘May is the month of Mary; she is very special’ On Friday Miss Grant led the whole school, parents/carers and parishioners in an assembly to crown the statue of Our Lady. This was a beautiful occasion and Olly and Lilli our two youngers children were accompanied by Tom and Ella our two eldest children to… Read more »

This week statement to live by

This week statement to live by is… I recognise comfortable and uncomfortable feelings. A reading from the holy Gospel according to Luke   Let us praise the God of Israel, for God has visited us and set us free. God has given us a saviour who comes from the family of David, as promised by… Read more »

He is Risen, Alleluia

On Wednesday the 17th April we returned to school following the Easter Holiday and began the day together with a special Alleluia assembly. The children continued their celebration throughout the day enjoying games and party food.  

Year 6 led our Easter Reflections

On Wednesday as we finished for the Easter break the children in year 6 led the Key Stage 2 children in reflections on the Way of The Cross. Children were challenged to think about justice and how the people Jesus met on his final journey to the cross would have felt and what they might… 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 »