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St Marie's Catholic Primary School and Nursery is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, volunteers and parents to share this commitment. If you have any concerns regarding a child, please contact one of our Safeguarding Leads at the school office.
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St Marie's Catholic Primary School and Nursery

Achievement, Serving God, Practice, Independence, Resilience, Enjoyment.

St Marie's Catholic Primary School and Nursery is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff, volunteers and parents to share this commitment. If you have any concerns regarding a child, please contact one of our Safeguarding Leads at the school office.

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Collective Worship

Child Led Collective Worship: Pupils are given the opportunity to plan and lead an act of worship weekly. They plan and write prayers as part of RE lessons, which are presented during Class Prayer or in Assemblies.

Leavers' Mass: Good luck to our wonderful Year Six pupils as they leave us to begin their next exciting chapter.

Confirmation Mass: Best wishes to all our Confirmation candidates - may God's love be in your heart to strengthen you along life's way.

Saint Marie's Day Mass: We offered fresh flowers to Our Lady, Mary Mother of Jesus, as we celebrated our school's namesake.

Corpus Christi Procession and Benediction: we processed with prayers and singing to celebrate the Eucharist as the Body of Christ and honour the Blessed Sacrament.

Ascension Mass: Well done to our readers who delivered the words from Scripture with confidence to describe Jesus' ascension up to Heaven.

First Holy Communion: Congratulations to our Pupils who made the Sacrament- may the love of Jesus shine in your heart today and always.

Stations of the Cross: Well done to our Prayer Leaders who led our Stations of the Cross Service

Confessions before Easter: Year Three joined Years Four, Five and Six for their first Confession in preparation for Easter.

Class Mass: Pupils enjoyed celebrating Mass in their classroom, reminding us that God's house can be anywhere.

Ash Wednesday Mass: We received Ashes as symbol of sorrow, a mark that we are entering Lent- a season of reflection.

Confirmation Enrolment Mass: We welcome our Confirmation candidates into the Parish as they begin their journey to confirming the Baptismal Promises their parents made on their behalf.

Epiphany Mass: This feast day marks the day the Three Wise Men visited baby Jesus.'Epiphany' comes from the Greek word meaning 'to reveal', as it is when the baby Jesus was 'revealed' to the world.

Christmas Mass: "When they saw the star, they rejoiced with great joy." Matthew 2:10

Youth For Christ Assembly: Leader Chris shared an exciting assembly with the focus Wisdom.

Confessions before Christmas: Years Four, Five and Six have been reflecting and asking God's forgiveness, as part of their Advent preparation.

Years One to Six have joined the Church community for 10 am Parish Mass. Pupils took part by preparing Readings and Prayers of Intercession. Many parishioners commented on the respectful and reflective behaviour of our pupils. 

Red Wednesday: Deacon Tim visited Years Five and Six to tell us about 'Red Wednesday' how we can help those less fortunate than us.

First Holy Communion Enrolment Mass: The Parish and School community welcomed our First Holy Communion Candidates.

Remembrance Mass: Well done Year Six for leading this special and moving service.

Harvest Mass: We lived out Jesus' teachings as we shared food gifts from home with the Rugby Food Bank to help those in need in our local community.

Invitation to Prayer with Archbishop Bernard: we joined over 80,000 people as we took part in a live video link up with Archbishop Bernard as he prayed the Rosary with us.

New Academic Year Mass: The Church was filled with beautiful and powerful songs of praise as we welcomed a new school year.

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