In our Religious Education lesson, at the start of our new school year, we reflected on our school mission.
'Christ is the centre of our school community
where we live, love and learn together.'
Year 3 Class Saint
St. John Vianney
The Cure of Ars (Parish Priest of Ars in France)
Our Class Saint was the parish priest of Ars in France and we learned so much about him when we listened to his story. We decided that he had many qualities which will inspire us this year.
St. John Vianney . . .
St. John Vianney is the Patron Saint of priests.
His feast day is the 4th August.
Our Jesuit Virtues this half term are 'Curious and Active. We have been thinking about how we can show these virtues in our work and play.
Beech class gathered together at the start of a new school week to ask God’s blessing on us, as we live and work together as his family and on our classroom, where we learn together. Mrs Creegan sprinkled our door with holy water and we look forward to a happy and successful year ahead.
Cafod's National Assembly: The World We Want
10th September 2020
This morning we joined in with many other schools around the country to take part in Cafod's National Assembly, which reflected on the changes in our world which we have all experienced and to think about how we can work together to build a better world. We discussed as a class the small things we could each do which could make a big difference and each made a pledge to do one thing this year to build a better world.
During open prayer, two beautiful prayers were offered.
God the Son,
You redeemed the world with love
and compassion. Thank you!
God the Son,
Thank you for sacrificing yourself for us
so that our sins can be forgiven.