Photo Gallery

  • The Passion Play

    On Wednesday 3rd April 2019, our Year 5 children performed a very moving portrayal of the Passion of Our Lord. It was wonderful to see the talents of the children performing with such confidence. Our thanks to Miss Smith, Mrs Bevan, Mrs Quinn, Mr Watmore, Mrs Slattery and especially Mrs Ley for their help in preparing the children for their performance.

  • The Easter Bonnet Parade

    On Wednesday 3rd April 2019, children, parents, carers and staff gathered in the Infant Playground to watch the fantastic number of children parade in their wonderful array of Easter Bonnets. Thank you to all those who joined in with our annual parade. It is magnificent to see the time and effort that our parents and carers go to to encourage and support their children.

  • Lenten Breakfast

    Our Lenten Breakfasts are proving to be a great success again this year. What a lovely opportunity for our families to meet and enjoy each others company, and at the same time raise valuable funds for our Year 6 charity; Great Ormond Street. As always a huge thank you to our School Cook Angela and her team of helpers for the wonderful breakfast!

  • Year 4 Assembly – The Egyptians

    On Friday 22nd March,  Year 4 treated us to a wonderful assembly about the Ancient Egyptians. They have clearly been enjoying the topic immensely. Thank you to all the children, Ms Stojek, Mrs Downton, Mrs Slattery and Mrs Ley.

  • Year 5 & Diamond Club Afternoon Tea

    On Tuesday 19th March, we were delighted that the Diamond Club were able to join our Year 5 children for Afternoon Tea. This is such a special event, made even more special with the beautiful china crockery, cakes and conversation!

  • Diamond Club Celebration Assembly

    On Tuesday 19th March, we were delighted that the Diamond Club joined us for a special assembly to celebrate our intergenerational relationship. It was lovely to be able to publicly thank the Diamond Club for all their time and enthusiasm over the years, we are so grateful for their company, their experience and their friendship. The Diamond Club were, as always, full of praise for our School. The relationship between ourselves and the Diamonds really is mutually beneficial and a privilege to witness.

  • Mini Vinnie Commissioning Mass

    On Tuesday 19th March, the Year 5 Mini Vinnies celebrated running for five years at Holy Cross. They have work tirelessly to help those in our local community who are in need. Year 5  were officially commissioned at a beautiful Mass. We extend our heartfelt thanks to our governor, Mrs Gwen Quintyn- Williams whose dedication to the School is truly astounding. We also thank Mr Patrick Doyle, the SVP president, for his kind words to each and every one of the children.

  • The Daffodil Competition

    On Tuesday 19 March, we held our annual Daffodil Competition. We were treated to an amazing display of over 150 daffodil entries. We were delighted that the Diamond Club came into School to judge the competition. Wihat a difficult choice they had to choose the winners from all those beautiful blooms!