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  • More Photos from Home

    More pictures of our fabulous children working from home.

  • Our Children Working From Home

    Here are a few photos of our children enjoying their learning at home. Please send in your photos to add to the gallery.

  • Year 4 Bikeability Training

    On Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th March 2020, many of our Year 4 children took part in their Level 1 Bikeability training. The instructors helped the children to learn the importance of cycling safely, using good control of the brakes and pedals and helping to them to be more confident cyclists. Well done to all of the children who took part. Each of them received a certificate from Cycle Confident.

  • Mini Vinnie Commissioning Mass

    On Tuesday 10th March, the Year 5 Mini Vinnies 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 1 March, we held our annual Daffodil Competition. We were treated to an amazing display of around 150 daffodil entries. We were delighted that some of 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! 

  • World Book Day

    On Thursday 5th March 2020 we celebrated World Book Day. Every year we are amazed at the number of children and staff who participate and this year was no exception. There were so many creative and marvellous costumes it was really hard to choose winners. A boy and girl from each year group were awarded a book prize presented by Mrs Byrne in assembly. Congratulations to them and to all the children and parents who designed and made such fabulous outfits. Thank you also to all the staff who always make such a united effort to get into the spirit of the day.

  • Lenten Breakfast

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

  • KS2 Ash Wednesday Mass

    On Ash Wednesday the children in KS2 attended Mass. The children received the Ashes and it was really striking to see the children and staff going about their normal business at school all day bearing this powerful sign on their foreheads.