Congratulations to Lashay, Waleed, Chris, Ciara, Jasmine and Tamia for being selected as prefects in the first round of applications. If you didn’t get picked this time, don’t worry, round two of applications will be after Christmas.
The whole school have been collecting food and gifts to help people in our parish to have a happy Christmas. Thank you to Year 2 parents You’re been amazing.
Year 6 came up with some amazing insights and practical application of the words of Oscar Romero through a group discussion activity.
…putting our knowledge to the test through these fraction puzzles.
Year 6 used are amazing prayer garden to gives thanks and praise to God for the inspirational Oscar Romero.
Yeah, Y2 have won the Attendance trophy with 98% attendance.
All children who were in school and on time were given a raffle ticket and are now in the draw for the end of year prize. Lets hope we get 100%next week.
Y2 have been flying rockets in Space…. in computing of course. They had to give rockets co-ordinates to fly to different planets
This week the children in Year 1 have been learning about the Good News that was given to Mary by the Angel Gabriel . Mary was chosen to be the Mother of God’s Son.
Liliana and Vanessa creating Mary Our Mother and Angel Gabriel.
Look at these beautiful Angels!!
Do you remember The Annunciation? We’ve been learning about it in Year 1.
In Year 1 we also have been reading the Bible to know better our God , Mary Our Mother and The Annunciation.
Our Angels came to Mary like in The Annunciation. We thanked her for being the Mother of God’s Son.
We lit a candle and put the Angels around Mary.
We prayed the Hail Mary.
Year 6 recently took part in a class liturgy based on the work of Oscar Romero. We understand that we are called to speak out against injustice and look to Oscar Romero’s life for guidance
As part of our Justice topic Year 6 studied the Romero cross and began creating our own. We also picked a value of the Kingdom of God to incorporate into our design to remind us to, “aspire not to have more, but to be more.”