Our Catholic Life
'With Jesus as our guide , we learn, pray and live together in a safe and happy way.'
Welcome to our "Catholic Life of the School" page.
Through this page we aim to share with you and celebrate many of the elements which make our Catholic school so special.
On this page you will find information to help families, the Parish and school work together in supporting the development of our children's faith and Religious Education.
You will also find photographs showing special celebrations and some of our opportunities for Collective Worship.
There are also photographs of our school work, displays, charity work and clubs.
Fundraising at our school this year
In 2017/18 we have raised money for different charities in various ways.
In September we held a coffee morning in school to raise money for Macmillan Cancer care.
In November we took part in 'Children in Need'- by dressing in spotty clothing.
In February we took home collection boxes for Father Hudson's Care.
In March we held a bring and buy sale to rise money for Mission together.
Working in the community
We have visited Curborough community centre to entertain the live at home friendship group with our singing.
We have invited parishioners to join us as we presented the stations of the Cross during Holy week.
We have created art work for the parish holiday at home scheme.
Catholic Life news
Our Ministers of Faith have been busy with a learning walk looking at prayer focus/ altars in our classrooms. They fed back their findings to our Re leader.
Our Early years and Key stage one classes performed beautifully in our nativity plays. Our KS2 classes held a wonderful carol concert in the church.
Y5/6 created a short collective worship for every class. the children enjoyed being led in prayer by the older children
It's Lent and our school council have decided our chosen charity is to be Mission Together.
Our Ministers of Faith went to visit St Gabriel's school to see collective worship. we hope to return the favour soon.
Our Y5/6 children have staged a reverent adaptation of the stations of the cross in Holy Week.