We were so proud of Year 5 today as they celebrated mass with reverence and respect. We learnt that it was St. Vincent’s Feast day today! Keelan, Emily Whelan and Isabella did a good job with their readings and everyone sang beautifully. Well done Year 5!
Reception went to church for a baptism. Father Groody led the children through the baptism service and explained what each part means.
As part of the ‘Year of the Eucharist’ Y4 have been learning about the importance of the Monstrate. We went to church for part of the hour of adoration and reflected on things we are thankful for. We then designed our own Monstrates. As you can see there are some beautiful…
Today Year 3 enjoyed visiting Church to see the Blessed Sacrament within the Monstrance. We enjoyed quiet reflection and prayer. We devoted time to Jesus and back in school further developed our understanding of the Eucharist.
Year 2 have been learning about Shabbat this week. They have written a letter, a poem and designed an information poster. They think it is a great day because it’s a day of complete rest which means no homework.
Year 5 have tried really hard to pray the Rosary each day and learnt about the Mysteries and how to use Rosary beads. They have also been saying the additional two prayers as requested by Pope Francis. We have really enjoyed this quiet time of reflection.
As part of our RE work on being good shepherds, Y3 spent a lovely afternoon in Y6 getting to know their new “buddies”. Each younger child has been assigned a Y6 role model to keep them safe and offer a friendly face to them in KS2.
Year 5 have been considering their call to holiness and the qualities that they should show in order to become closer to God. They studied Colossians 3: 12-17 and identified the qualities that we need to show in order to be holy people. They decided that they needed to be thoughtful of others,…