A very warm welcome to our school where we all are ‘following Jesus’ footsteps in our living and learning’ each day.
I hope this website gives you a flavour of life at our school and helps you to find information about the wonderful things we do here.
We are a caring, friendly school where the staff, Governors and parish community work together to provide a loving and safe environment in which children thrive.
We aim for our children to leave here resilient, respectful, skilful, ambitious and with a thirst for life and all it has to offer.
We follow what Jesus taught us in the Gospels. We know that God made us and that we are all equal - no-one is better than anyone else so we respect, value and learn to tolerate everyone in our school community.
We are thankful for the talents and gifts God has given each member of our school community and we all work hard to use them to make sure we make our school, our local community and the world a better place.
We are very proud of all of our children.
Have a look at our class blogs to see the wonderful things that happen in school.
Year 6 were practising the four operations with decimals this afternoon using the hoops to help us with the place value of the decimals:
5:50pm - 3rd February, 2023
Year 5 had great fun conducting some maths investigations outside today!
4:00pm - 3rd February, 2023
The Laudato Leaders are on the lookout for Zero Heroes! A Zero Hero is someone who is trying to help our environment. If they spot a Zero Hero around school then they’ll give them a sticker and they will get a shout out during our Wednesday liturgical prayer.
3:30pm - 3rd February, 2023
Year 1 loved their outdoor maths morning where we went on a doubles scavenger hunt and we used number lines to help us answer near double number sentences such as 7 + 8
2:58pm - 3rd February, 2023
Next Tuesday is Safer Internet day. We are looking forward to sharing the message: Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online.
2:55pm - 3rd February, 2023
Bible Crew met today to look at scripture for our new 'Footsteps'. They found lots of scripture that we could use. Well done everyone! The next scripture we are going to look at is the story of the Good Samaritan Luke 10:25-37
2:51pm - 3rd February, 2023
Reception enjoyed using the outdoor garden to practise their addition and subtraction knowledge!
12:03pm - 3rd February, 2023
Year 4 planned and led a beautiful class liturgy to celebrate the end of our Local Church RE topic on 'Community.' Thank you to our family and friends for joining our worship today⛪️🍃🙏
5:04pm - 2nd February, 2023
4 members of Year 6 took part in a problem solving competition at Newcastle School for Boys this afternoon. After an afternoon of working hard as team, they were declared the WINNERS! Well done, we are very proud of you all. 🏆
4:01pm - 2nd February, 2023
In our Art Drawing topic, Year 2 have used the mirrors to look at the shape of our noses. We used the sketching pencils and followed some step by step instructions to draw our noses and shade them. Great work Year 2!✏️
3:10pm - 31st January, 2023
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