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Newsletter – 13 November 2020

The end of another busy week here at school. In assembly this week, we have talked about how November is the month of the Holy Souls. We have been remembering those people who have died and Jesus’s message of hope – that God’s love is so great, even death cannot separate us from Him. Read more in the newsletter…

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Newsletter – 16 October 2020

Thank you for all your donations to the Community Emergency Foodbank. We will deliver them to the CEF warehouse during the half term holiday so there is still plenty of time to bring items in. This week in assembly, we have linked donating food to thinking about ‘Who is my neighbour?’ using the parable of the Good Samaritan. Sharing God’s gifts has also been a focus with classes watching a pre-recorded Harvest Mass celebrated by Fr. Dominic with singing by Miss Errington. Read more in the newsletter…

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Newsletter – 22 September 2020

The start of term has begun very well. It has been a pleasure to see so many familiar faces back on site after such a long break and to meet our new children in Tigger and Acorn Classes. The children have been brilliant, adapting to our new ways of working, showing patience and  a very responsible attitude to caring for each other at this difficult time. Read our newsletter for more…

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Newsletter – 09 March 2020

I hope you are managing to get the updates from Public Health England on measures being taken to address the spread of the Coronavirus. We are reminding the children about good hand washing and using tissues for sneezes. We all hope the outbreak will be contained and pray for those families around the globe who have been affected by this outbreak. Read about this, and more, in our newsletter…

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Newsletter – 07 February 2020

You may already be aware that the Catholic Church in England and Wales has designated 2020 the Year of the Word. The aim is to re-centre ourselves upon the Scriptures. At school we now have a special Bible on display in each classroom’s prayer corner and the entrance hall. Next time you are in the school do take a look. Read about this, and more, in our newsletter…

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