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W/B 11th December

Today during Prayer Club, we focussed on the second Advent wreath candle symbolising peace. We created doves as a symbol of peace and wrote prayers for global peace, especially in troubled regions. We also shared the sign of peace with one another. Promoting Peace is key in our Catholic Social Teaching Principles. Let's continue striving for a world filled with peace and harmony. 


Advent Reconciliation

Fr Anton conducted the Sacrament of Reconciliation with the children who had received their First Holy Communions. This is important during Advent as it lets them reflect, seek forgiveness, and approach Christmas with pure hearts, connecting them to the true spirit of the season.


W/B 27th November

Prayer Club

Our pupil-led prayer club gathered to honour Christ the King. Together, we reflected on His teachings of love and leadership.

W/B 20th November

The Feast of the Presentation of Our Mother Mary

On Tuesday 21st November, we commemorated the Feast of the Presentation of Our Mother Mary, reflecting on her devoted life and commitment to serving God as an inspiration for our own spiritual journeys.


Year 3 Pupil-led prayer

Year 3 have created beautiful prayer stones which reflect words from
our mission statement, Gospel values, and Catholic Social Teaching
Principles. They shared these and wrote prayers using the ACTS prayer (Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, Supplication).


W/B 13th November

Liturgical Assembly

Our Faith Council led a thought-provoking Liturgical assembly centred around the theme of wisdom. Our mission going forth is:
How will you grow God’s gift of wisdom?


Prayer stones

Year 4 and 5 have been making prayer stones for our prayer garden. By using words from our school mission, Catholic
Social Teaching principles, and Gospel values on the prayer stones, we're reminded of these important beliefs during
our prayer times. It helps us focus on what we value together and guides our thoughts during worship time.


W/B 6th November 

Liturgical Assembly

The Faith Council expertly led a liturgical assembly centred on the theme of being humble. Our mission going forth is: How will you grow in humility?


Prayer Club

In prayer club, we composed prayers for the fallen in preparation for our Remembrance service and crafted a beautiful poppy wreath to honour their memory.


W/B 30th October

Reception Pupil-led prayer

Reception led a beautiful rendition of the Hail Mary in sign language.

Prayer club

We came together to participate in a guided meditation focussed on the lives and virtues of the saints.


Month of the rosary

For the month of the rosary, Year 6 made their own rosaries which Fr Anton blessed. They will use these rosaries during times of prayer.


W/B 16th October

Year 1 Pupil-led prayer

It shared a beautifully crafted class-written prayer celebrating the wonder of God's creation. They also sang a song about Noah's ark, accompanied by the soulful strumming of Mr. Houten's guitar.

Prayers to Mary

Year 6 have potted plants in the prayer garden and composed beautiful prayers to Mary in honour of the Month of the Rosary.


The Faith Council and Mr. Houten have worked together to develop our prayer garden, planting spiritual bamboo, and practicing Catholic social teaching of stewardship.

W/B 9th October

Our Faith Council shared the Gospel and linked it to the theme ‘Messenger’. Our mission going forth is to be a messenger of God.

Year 2 Pupil-led prayer

Year 2 shared prayers from their current RE topic, thanking God for choosing them.

Prayer Club

During prayer club this week our Faith Council helped to lead the praying of the rosary.


Liturgical Assembly

Our Faith Council shared the Gospel and linked it to the theme ‘Change’. Our mission going forth is to think about what positive changes we can make in our lives.

Collective worship/ Prayer and Liturgy plays a fundamental part of daily school life and enables us all to join together as one in prayer and worship.

Growing Closer to God

In its simplest form, prayer is defined as “talking to God.” It is a personal time of opening our hearts to our Heavenly Father and bringing everything in our hearts to Him. Prayer can be a powerful force for change in our lives, and the importance of doing it on a daily basis is something we strive to instill in our children.

Communication is the foundation for success in any relationship. When we communicate openly and freely with each other, we learn to know each other as individuals. This principle also applies to our relationship with God. By talking to God, we can learn more about who He is and what plan He has for us.

Celebrating Mass together

Throughout the year, Mass is held to celebrate school events and Holy days of Obligation. We are joined by our Parish priest Father Anton. Our Masses are led by our Faith Council. Throughout the year, every class has the opportunity to attend Mass at our local parish. Additionally, we join with parishioners once a term on Sunday to celebrate our school.

Whole School Reflection

Prayer and reflection are the essences of our spirituality. Every day, as a school, we take part in collective worship. We pray and reflect together during whole school assemblies. In class, we think about scripture and reflect upon key gospel values. During this time, we come together as one family to reflect and pray together. Each week, a different class take it in turns to lead pupil-led prayer for the rest of the school.


Prayer Club
Prayer club is held every Tuesday, led by our Faith Council.