As we are now in Holy week, it is a church tradition that we remember the journey that Jesus undertook on Good Friday by taking part in The Stations of the Cross. As unfortunately Churches are now closed, please see link below so that you and your families can remember, reflect and pray as you follow the most momentous journey. Stay safe and stay at home.
Year One used "role-Play" to show how our families
love and care for each other.
Year One made puppets using lolly ice sticks. We used the puppets to role-play our families being loving and caring to each other.
Year Three children donated to the local food bank.
Nursery say a "thank you" prayer every day. We all have our own name card. We have been learning the names of our new friends.
Year Four thought long and hard about how children in Africa are suffering from hunger. Our artwork represents how these children are suffering. Our holy door links to the Corporal Works of Mercy:Hunger.
This shows that there is hope and a time for change.
In July 2016 our Year Five children as part of their work on stewardshIp played the CAFOD game,
looking at climate change and what we would do to help.
We think carefully about what we can do to help care for others.
Year Five worked hard during our recent Mission Day looking at the Corporal Work of Mercy - Shelter the Homeless. We looked at the work of homeless charities in Liverpool, particularly the work of the Sisters on Seel Street.
Year Five have been working hard on planning
and delivering their own collective worships.
Year Six have been enjoying and reflecting
during their class collective worships.
Year Six read the parable of the Prodigal Son and carried out a trial
to decide who showed unconditional love.