Say hello… to our lovely Liturgy Leaders for 2021-22
Liturgy Leaders have their wishes granted today; our Gospel Virtues have been installed on the stairs, to remind us that every step we take, we walk with Jesus! 🙏💕🙏
World Mission Month: “October is when Pope Francis asks every member of the Catholic community around the world to recognise themselves as a missionary disciple, working and praying together to share the joy peace, hope and love of God with everyone, everywhere. Schools are invited to join in this worldwide celebration.
They can join on any day of the month and for however long they want. All resources for the month are available to download from the Mission Together website: https://missiontogether.org.uk/calendar/missionmonth/
They include our popular Mission Month Calendar, Five Fact Assemblies on St. Therese of Lisieux, patroness of Mission and St. John Henry Newman, England’s newest saint.
Pupils are encouraged to pray the Rosary by following our online child-led Mission Rosary and to share with the world their hope and joy in the #MyMission #OurMission Activity.”
Hello everyone, we are the Liturgy Leaders.
We support the Life of Prayer throughout our school. We encourage others to follow in the footsteps of our Lord; spread the Good News, read the Bible, be kind to each other, love one another, share, be a great friend to others but more importantly, listen to the word of God, at Mass.
Throughout the Year we pray the Rosary with the smaller children and read stories from the Bible. We are responsible for organising the Prayer Bags, ensuring that they are full of wonderful resources, to share at home with our families.
Y6 Liturgy Leaders meet our Archbishop at the Cathedral and present our cheque for Fr Hudsons, at the Good Shepherd Mass.
Siobhan, Issy, Evie & Megan were great ambassadors for our school today! They formed part of the Offertory Procession during the Mass and presented the money we raised during Lent, to Archbishop Bernard Longley!
It was a truly beautiful mass and we even managed to get a photo with the Archbishop outside.
Our School Prayer
This is our school
Let it be a peaceful place
Let it be filled with happiness
Let it be filled with love
Love of one another
Love of mankind, love of life, and love of God
Let us remember that as many hands build a house
So every child can make our school a lovely place.
On 11th November ,
we held a special Mass for all of those who died in the War.
Thank you to all who joined us, as we remembered the fallen, with our prayers.
We also held a two minute silence around our own Poppy Field, created by Miss Marshall, with all the children. This was a wonderful way to remember all those who died as a result of conflict.