Here are our World Gift choices in Year 4. Please support us with your kind donations. Thank you.
3:39pm - 25th November, 2022
Today in Year 4, we explored our new book The Tin Forest and memorised the beginning by using The Talk for Writing Technique - see picture.
3:34pm - 25th November, 2022
Y2 researched which CAFOD World Gift they would like to raise money for linked to our Live Simply plan. We decided on a Terrific Toilet to help pupils at school have a safe, clean & private toilet to use. Look out for a poster coming home next week. #cafod #worldgifts #livesimply
3:09pm - 25th November, 2022
Year 2 have been deepening their learning of number bonds today by using their Rekenreks to solve addition problems.
4:23pm - 24th November, 2022
Some more photos from year 5’s Space Centre Trip.
1:06pm - 24th November, 2022
To mark Red Wednesday, year 6 learnt about St. Maximilian Kolbe. We were moved by his life and death, and reminded how people around the world are still persecuted for their faith. We prayed as a year group together and pledged to help those suffering.
3:48pm - 23rd November, 2022
To mark Red Wednesday, Year 2 thought about some things they could do to support persecuted Christians around the world. 1. Pray 2. Go to Mass for someone who is unable to do so 3. Wear red to witness our faith 4. Sing hymns for those who can’t.
2:02pm - 23rd November, 2022
Today in year 4, we prayed for Christians around the world who cannot practise their faith freely and openly.
12:41pm - 23rd November, 2022
We are practising our hymns for our Carol Service and whole school Mass this Sunday for the first Sunday of Advent.
9:43am - 23rd November, 2022
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