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W/B 4th November

Save the Children- Christmas jumper day

United in our school mission, 'Changing the world for the better,' and guided by Catholic Social Teaching in the spirit of solidarity, we supported Save The Children with our Christmas jumper day. Together, we make a difference!


Faith Council Advent Service at St George's Cathedral

Honoured to have our Faith Council shine at the Advent service held at St. George's Cathedral. As emcees, they embodied our school motto of being ACE - and we couldn't be prouder. The service overflowed with beautiful singing and captivating tableaus that left us in awe. It was also delightful meeting Bishop Paul Hendricks. 

Year 1 visit Saints John Fisher and Thomas More Church

Year 1 had a fantastic visit to Saints John Fisher and Thomas More Church. Huge thanks to our school governor (Fr. Plunkett) for showing us around his church. We explored the many parts of the church including the baptismal font, advent wreath, and the stations of the cross. 


W/B 27th November

CAFOD's National Advent assembly

We joined CAFOD for the National Advent assembly, reflecting on spreading hope and love as we prepare for Jesus' arrival. To put love into action, we'll be wearing Christmas jumpers and donating to Save The Children. It's about living our school mission and Catholic Social Teachings.

Year 2 Mass
Year 2 attended St. John Fisher's Parish Mass, embracing the Gospel's teachings and sharing peace through "Hevenu shalom aleichem".


W/B 20th November

Year 3 Mass
Year 3 showcased their leadership and participation by leading the Parish Mass at St John Fisher Church through heartfelt readings, bidding prayers, and the offertory.


Year 4/5 Mass

Year 4/5 led the Parish Mass at St. John Fisher Church on St. Cecilia's feast day. They learned she's the patron saint of singing and sang hymns to honour her during the Mass.


W/B 13th November

School Governors visit
We were delighted to host our school governors, who visited to observe our Religious Education (RE) lessons and witness a pupil-led Liturgical assembly. They were highly impressed by what they saw and provided very positive feedback about the children’s engagement in their RE learning and living out of our school Gospel values.


BBC Children in Need

Our support for BBC Children in Need demonstrated Catholic
social teaching by showing solidarity and compassion
towards disadvantaged children, reflecting our values and school mission of charity and support for those in need.
Thank-you to everyone who donated.


Anti-Bullying Week

We marked Anti-Bullying Week by wearing odd socks to show
how unique we all are and had a special assembly. This connects to our Catholic values by promoting acceptance, diversity, and kindness for everyone.



Children celebrating Diwali adorned in their traditional attire shared their rich cultural experiences during a special whole-school
assembly. They shared their traditions, offering insights into the significance of Diwali festivities.


W/B 6th November

In Friday's Remembrance service, Fr. Anton led the proceedings, featuring a moving reading of the poem "In Flanders Fields" by the
Faith Council. We united in prayer and observed a poignant 2-minute silence, honouring and reflecting upon the sacrifices of those who have served in the armed forces.


W/B 30th October

Westminster Cathedral

Year 4/5 had a wonderful trip to Westminster Cathedral on Tuesday. They were given a guided tour of the Cathedral and learned lots of interesting facts, visiting many of its chapels and even exploring the altar. They also attended Mass and the priest publicly welcomed the children at the beginning.


All Saints Day Mass

During the All Saints' Day Mass, Fr. Anton explained that we could all be saints and encouraged us to share the names of the saints we knew while educating us about the essence of sainthood.


School Blessing

Fr. Anton said prayers and blessed our school with holy water, anointing each classroom, the staff, and the children with its sacred grace.


W/B 16th October

Year 6 Mass

Year 6 attended the parish Mass at St John Fisher’s Church, and led the readings, bidding prayers, and offertory.


 Harvest Mass

We had our Harvest Mass. Fr Anton reminded us about the importance of being thankful for the food we have, and to do what we can to help those who do not have enough food.


 Greenwich Foodbank

Thank-you for all your Harvest donations. The Faith Council helped to load these onto the van.  They went to Greenwich foodbank and helped to package the food items.


Greenwich Foodbank Assembly

Jamie, from Greenwich Foodbank, delivered an assembly explaining what happens to our donations and an insight into what the foodbank does. We were reminded about how our donations help us to live out the Catholic Social Teachings.

W/B 9th October

On Tuesday 10th October was World Mental Health Day. We had a special assembly to talk about why it's important to share our feelings when we're sad or anxious. This connects with our Catholic values of caring for each other and creating a safe space for open conversations about mental health. We want everyone in our school to know they can reach out for support when they need it.

Year 3 Class Assembly

In a heart-warming class assembly, Year 3 took the spotlight, embracing the theme of 'family'. Their touching presentation reminded us of the profound value our families bring to our lives. We're thrilled by the positive feedback from parents who joined us to witness this special moment.

St George's Cathedral 

Year 3 and 6 had a wonderful experience having a guided tour of St George’s Cathedral. Year 6 were especially excited to see the Oscar Romero cross, their class saint.


St Mary's Church 

Year 2 visited St. Mary's Church in Blackheath. They enjoyed discovering the various parts of the church and were fascinated by the stained-glass windows.


W/B 29th September

Morocco and Libya Appeal

We wore red, black, and/or green and raised money for The British Red Cross in solidarity with the people of Morocco and Libya affected by the recent earthquake and flooding. We are living out Catholic Social Teaching by demonstrating solidarity, upholding human dignity, prioritising the vulnerable, and fostering a sense of global community and common good.

Catholic Social Teachings

Our children are the future! In the world around us there are many challenges our pupils will face, Catholic social teaching consists of a list of principles that are important for our pupils to understand in order to work towards a more prosperous society.

We believe that Catholic Social Teachings help us to build up God's Kingdom of love, peace and justice.

Throughout the year our pupils will look at and study issues concerning the following Catholic Social Teaching principles:


Participation in Society

Stewardship of Creation

Caring for the poor and vulnerable

Working towards the common good


Rights, responsibilities and dignity of workers


Here are some displays celebrating our work on CSTs:



This display in the school corridor highlights the importance of showing solidarity to the people of Ukraine who are our brothers and sisters.