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.
Topic: Religious Life
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 »
This weeks Roman Catholic Statement to Live by is “I can tell you how I look after myself.” A reading from the Book of Genesis. God created man and woman. God created them to be like God. They could know and love God. They could know and love one another. God blessed them. The word… Read more »
On Friday, our Year 2 children presented a lovely, thought provoking assembly all about Remembrance Day.
This week the children in Reception have been finding out all about Baptism and have enjoyed acting it out. Their Dojo Challenge this week is to bring photographs into school of their own family celebrations and their baptism.
This weeks statement to live by is … I try to be just and fair (Psalm 146, adapted) A Reading from the Book of Psalms: Praise God my soul! I will praise God all my life I will make music to God as long as I live. God helps us Our hope is in God… Read more »
On Friday our Year 4 children presented a wonderful assembly all about being chosen by God.
The statement to live by for this week is… I understand that rights match responsibility. A reading from the holy Gospel according to Matthew 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… Read more »
On Friday our Year 5 children presented the first assembly of this school year, making us think about all the qualities and talents that God has given to each and every one of us. What are your qualities and talents?
Congratulations to Miss Campbell who was Commissioned by Bishop John to work in the service of Catholic Education in the Diocese of Salford.