Topic: Religious Life

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 »



This weeks statement to live by

I try to keep going when things get difficult and never 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 was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to shout… Read more »


Lenten Mass

On Tuesday we continued our journey through Lent. Fr Fabian celebrated Mass with the whole school on the theme of sharing. The children, staff and Spiritan team made it a wonderful celebration and it was nice to see the parents/carers who were able to join us.  


This Weeks Statement to live by

Our statement to live by for week commencing 9th March is.. I can learn from my mistakes and failures. Everyone makes mistakes. If we did not make mistakes we would not be truly human. The important thing is that we learn from any mistakes we make and try not to make the same mistakes again…. Read more »


Our Lenten Mass

On Thursday Fr Fabian celebrated our Lenten Mass on the theme, saying sorry. The children prepared and read some very thoughtful prayers and reflections and two children carried a forgiveness banner during the offertory.  After Mass the children in key stage two received the Sacrament of Reconciliation with Fr Fabian and Fr David. Please continue… Read more »


This weeks statement to live by

Our statement to live by for week commencing 2nd March is… I know that it is OK for me to make mistakes. One day Jesus told his friends a story. There was once a farmer who had two sons. The younger son came to his father and said ‘Isn’t it about time that you gave… Read more »


This weeks statement to live by

I try to use words that make the world a better place. (Please, sorry, Thank you)   A reading from the holy Gospel according to Luke. One day Jesus went up to Jerusalem and while he was on his way, he went into a little town nearby. Ten people with a terrible skin disease came… Read more »