Author Archives: Miss R McTernan

The Little Flower Concert

The Little Flower Concert

On Wednesday 2nd October, children, pupils and staff from our school joined parishioners from both St. Teresa’s Church and St. Aidan’s Church to celebrate the feast of St. Teresa in the first annual Little Flower Concert.

It was a fantastic celebration in which there was an array of talents on display, including singing from our school choir, St. Teresa’s Church choir and parishioners from St. Aidan’s parish, as well as a musical performance from two pupils from St. Mary’s High School. Our Year 5 children performed a moving liturgical dance to ‘You Alone can Rescue’ and Ann (a parishioner) performed a beautiful Indian liturgical dance.

A fantastic night was had by all!

World War I Battlefields Trip

World War I Battlefields Trip

Last week, twenty children from Year 6  travelled to Belgium as part of their topic work on the World Wars. Led by the ‘Explore4all’ company, the children visited a whole host of places including: both commonwealth and German cemeteries; the Passchendaele Museum and the In Flander’s Field Museum; authentic and original German trenches and Lockangar… Continue Reading

Little Liturgy

Little Liturgy

Year 4 children invited their parents to join them in their ‘Little Liturgy’ on the theme of Reconciliation. In the beautifully prayerful liturgy, which the children planned and led themselves, we listened to and reflected on the parable of the Prodigal Son, and the children shared their ideas of how we can take the message… Continue Reading

Rosary Club

Rosary Club

During the month of May, children from across KS2 joined together in prayer for Rosary Club. As well as learning about and praying the Rosary, the children enjoyed exploring the various names and attributes of Mary through a range of Arts and Crafts activities                         .   Continue Reading

Y6 prepare for next week

Y6 prepare for next week

As we all are aware, Year 6 complete their SATs assessments next week. We are all immensely proud of how hard they have worked over the past few weeks and months, and we wish them all the very best of luck- we know they will do themselves proud. Before then, they have some very important… Continue Reading