Monthly Archives: January, 2018

4th Week in Ordinary Time

 In the Gospel reading this week we hear about Jesus being an amazing teacher. What does He teach us? Well he is the greatest ever teacher of love! We thought about what makes an amazing teacher and how they inspire us. Being supportive, kind, patient and encouraging were some of the qualities that we thought were important and so true of the teachers at our school and of course true of Jesus.
Each class, in response to Monday’s whole school worship, every child has thought about what they can do to be a teacher of Love. They have shared their responses for our class RE books.
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Year 5 and 6 shared a Mass with Father Gerard on Tuesday. Thank you so much for attending Father when Father Jeremy was unable to. It was a very special Mass with many family members attending.
Have a good week,
Sarah Luter

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

How do we follow Jesus in our daily lives? This question was the focus of our whole school worship on Monday. Jesus asks us to ‘follow’ Him but unlike Simon, Andrew, James and John in the Gospel reading we cannot see Jesus and go with Him as he travels round the country! So what does Jesus want us to do? Following worship we will be helping the children to reflect on various bible stories and find the message within them about how we can follow Jesus.

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All classes have begun a unit in the RE curriculum called Revelations. This is all about how God is revealed to us in our daily lives and to those in the bible. How do we become closer to God? Year 3 are learning about how Samuel responded to God’s call but also thinking about how we can respond to God. We looked back at our learning about creation to help us with this.

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Who are the characters in this painting? What are they talking about?

Best wishes for the week,

Mrs. Luter





Year 3 and 4 Mass

Today Year 3 and 4 gathered today for a Mass celebrating our families. The Mass was dedicated to Lenny and Stanley’s sister Robyn who sadly passed away at the beginning of this new year. We pray for Robyn and her family. Thank you for joining us Lenny (Year 6).


It was lovely to welcome so many families. Some children enjoyed a cuddle with their older siblings!


Standing for the Our Father.


Bidding Prayers.


Father Jeremy reads the Gospel.


Listening to the Homily.


Thank you everyone for joining us it was a lovely service. Thank you Father Jeremy.