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Our School is a Faith Community - ready, able and willing to learn.
We inspire a love of learning in all so that we reach our unique potential.
The light of Christ guides us now and in the future.
His life and love provide our anchor in this ever changing world.

Religious Education

Year 5 were visited by Fr. Tom, who answered a variety of questions about his role and his responsibilities within the church. The children will use Father's answers to write an explanation text providing information about the roles and responsibilities of a priest working in a Parish.
Please read the policy for Religious Education and Collective Worship.

Corpus Christi Procession

On Thursday 26th May 2016, St Marie's Community celebrated Corpus Christi, with the school and parish joining together and processing up the hill towards the church.

 

We then gathered in the church for a Benediction Service.

 

The First Holy Communion children were dressed in their special outfits and the whole community sang throughout the procession.

On Saturday 14th May, St Marie's parish community celebrated First Holy Communion. The children looked wonderful and their behaviour was reverent.

 

We thank all those who attended and have helped the children on their spiritual journey.

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Raising money for Cafod

Make a Splash hall display. Filled with prayers, written on droplets, for those without a clean supply of water.

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Lenten displays throughout the school

'Make a splash' with Year 1.

 

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The children in Year one made rain pictures using a technique called impressionism.

We decided to give our pictures away to our parents and grandparents for a small donation for the ‘make a splash charity’. We managed to make £40 pounds!!
We also wrote a prayer for those children who aren’t as lucky as us to have clean water and sent it up in a balloon.

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St Marie's in the news...

 

Click on the following link to read a blog from Cafod about our 'fabulous fundraising'