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)
Topic: Religious Life
The statement to live by for week commencing 23rd November 2015 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… Read more »
This weeks statement to live by is … I think before I make choices that affect my health. The Pharisees got together and they tried, as they often did, to trick Jesus. They asked him, “Master, which is the greatest commandment of the ten?” Jesus answered them, “You must love the Lord your God… Read more »
This weeks statement to live by is… I can tell you how I look after myself. God our Father we thank you for making each one of us. Thank you for our special gifts. We turn to you now knowing you will hear our prayers. We pray for everyone. Help us to look after… Read more »
On Tuesday 2nd November 2015 Fr Patrick celebrated our whole school Mass on the feast All Souls Day. Children from Key 2 read bidding prayers and Key Stage 1 children presented the offertory.
This weeks statement to live by is … I try to be just and fair. “It’s not fair” is often something we hear shouted on the playground or in the classroom or even at home. We all know somewhere inside of us that fairness and justice are really important. Unfortunately our world can sometimes be… Read more »
October is the month of the Holy Rosary and the children are welcome to wear their rosary beads to school.
This weeks statement to live by is … I try to stand up for myself and others without hurting others.
Autumn RE Curriculum Newsletter
Our statement to live by this week is… I understand that rights match responsibility One day Jesus was talking to his friends. He was telling them a parable about how God will judge everyone at the end of time. The story pictures the king sitting on his royal throne with people from all nations gathered… Read more »