Have a look at these prayers of Reconciliation from Mr Brennan’s class in year 3. Miss Lynch helped to choose model examples from Nevaeh, Artiom and Olivia A. Weel done to you all! 🙂
Today in Year 1 we talked about the words and actions used in the Sacrament of Baptism. We talked about the symbol of water and oil used by the priest during the Sacrament of Baptism. In groups we role played a Baptism using; words, actions and symbols.
Tonight, Miss MacFarlane, Miss Martin and Miss Raistrick brought 4 enthusiastic children, Annie, Frankie, James and Johnny to the St. Matthias Homeless Shelter to give Sister Chris a helping hand. Have a look at the hard work they did to ensure they served those in need in our community. Well done to you all. What an inspirational team following in the footsteps of Jesus!
In Year 1 we learned that although God might not be with us in a physical form, God’s spiritual presence remains with us. We thought about the different ways God is present in our everyday.
We cut out handprints and wrote a sentence using each finger. For example; God is in my friendships. We then created a beautiful display to help us to notice that God is all around us in; people, places and actions.
Congratulations to all of our Autumn Term winners of the Gospel Value awards. They were all model examples of children who follow the Gospel Values in our school and are a true inspiration to all the other children in our school.
The winners were:
Deren, Daineta, Kashu, Hayden, Tammy, Kiera-Mei, Soriyah, Jennifer, Freddie, Chelsea, Emily, James and Ziva.
Well done everyone. You should be extremely proud of yourselves.
Today, year 6 were welcomed by the Catholic Children’s Society (CCS) to be part of the Nativity Service in Westminster Cathedral. It was such a joy to celebrate with all the children from across the diocese. Our head boy Harry and head girl Alice were delighted to drop off our donation to help those in need this Christmas. We were delighted to support the Catholic Children’s Society in the incredible work they do.
If you would like to donate to the CCS, please visit : https://www.cathchild.org.uk/donate/
As a class we decided to make a class Advent Wreath. We thought it
would be a good idea to colour our hand templates green and then join
them together to make a circle. This circle represents God’s everlasting
love for us. After this we added the candles and made it into a class display.
We were really proud of it!
Today in R.E. (year 6) we learnt about Diwali. Diwali is a festival of light, which is in
honour of the Goddess Lakshmi. We learnt that during Diwali, Goddess
Lakshmi is believed to visit homes that are well lit; so families decorate
their homes with Rangoli patterns. The Rangoli patterns are created on
doorsteps to welcome everybody. For this celebration people wear their best
clothes or buy new ones, children are given presents and New Year greetings
are exchanged through visits or Diwali cards. In our lesson, we designed our
own Rangoli patterns using colouring pencils and felt tips.