Our Roman Catholic Statement to Live by is this week is… “I try to follow our school and classroom rules.”
Topic: Religious Life
On Wednesday morning , parents and carers of our Nursery and Reception children were invited into school to watch their children’s fabulous Christmas production.
This weeks statement to live by is… I try to love others as I love myself A reading from the holy Gospel according to Mark When Jesus was asked which was the most important rule he said, “First, love God, Second, love everyone else as much as your self. These are the most important… Read more »
On Tuesday Father O’Kane celebrated Mass in school for the second week of Advent and also for St Nicholas’ Feast Day. It is lovely to see so many parents/carers and grandparents, everyone is always welcome.
This weeks statement to live by is … “Simple things can make me happy” A reading from the book of Ecclesiastes (11: 8 – 10) It’s good to be alive When you are young and when you are old. No matter how long you live, There is always something you can find to be happy… Read more »
On Thursday our Year 6 visited St Thomas’ Church in Delph to “Experience Christmas” the children all thoroughly enjoy their visits and we would like to say a big thank you for your kind invitation.
On Thursday The Spiritans celebrated Mass in the school hall for the start of Advent. It was lovely to see so many parents/carers/grandparents as we all prepare for the birth of Jesus.
Our Roman Catholic Statement to Live by is… “I can work, play, rest and pray each day.” This reading is taken from one of the letters that St Paul wrote. This one was written to some of his friends who were living in Thessalonica, just north of Greece. Today it is called Macedonia. Dear Friends,… Read more »
Today we were delighted to welcome parents/carers to our Advent Café, which was a lovely opportunity to share and reflect on God’s word as well as to come together at this special time of preparation.
This weeks statement to live by is… I think before I make choices that affect my health. A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew Glory to you, O Lord. The Pharisees got together and they tried, as they often did, to trick Jesus. They asked him, “Master, which is the greatest commandment… Read more »