Our Roman Catholic Statement to Live By, is ‘I know that we are happiest when we are united.’ Well done to all our Year 3 children who celebrated their Presentation last weekend at Sacred Heart RC Church as part of their Sacramental programme; we are very proud of you all. This week we have welcomed… Read more »
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You may be aware that there will be changes to the present curriculum. We are planning to deliver a Sense of Number Workshop in the Spring Term….Read more…
Our Roman Catholic Statement to Live By, is ‘I try to follow our school and classroom rules’ Our assembly last week was about ‘Going for Goals’. Please encourage your child to set their own goals for this coming year and encourage them to keep on trying hard to achieve them. This week we welcomed our… Read more »
“I try to love other as I love myself” A huge thank you to all the children and their families who were very generous in their donations for the children in the Malawi orphanage. Kirsten Obermann a representative from the orphanage was presented with a cheque for £750.00. We had a special assembly to celebrate and… Read more »
Our Roman Catholic Statement to Live By, is ‘Simple Things can make us happy’ Last Friday our Foundation Stage children enjoyed an Epiphany party and we had a King and Queen for the day! On Tuesday we welcomed the Spiritans to school to work with our Year 2 and Year 3 classes on Bible stories…. Read more »
Our statement to live by for week commencing 13th January 2014 is ….. Simple things can make us happy.
A Wonderful Start to the New Year! On Thursday the whole school came together to celebrate Mass in the School Hall. Our Nursery Children welcomed us with a song about the Three Kings and we all gave thanks for the many gifts God has given us.
Our Roman Catholic Statement to live by is: “Simple things can make us happy” We continue to pray for all children who are growing in faith on the Sacramental Programme especially those who this week received the special gift of forgiveness through the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Next week children in Yeas 4, 5 and 6… Read more »
Our Roman Catholic Statement to Live by is ‘I think before I make choices that effect my health’. Thank you to those parents/carers who were able to attend the e-safety meeting on Monday evening. The talk proved to be very useful and everyone who attended felt better informed on how to keep their children safe…. Read more »
To celebrate our Headteacher’s forthcoming retirement, she commissioned the Mosaic Artist, Cath Jessop to work with all the children making a Mosaic picture for our school. email from Cath Jessop A very BIG thankyou for the time I’ve had in your school, I’ve always thought your pupil were lovely when they… Read more »