SECTION 48 DIOCESE RE INSPECTION JANUARY 2017
Our end of year celebration assembly. Wishing everyone a peaceful Christmas.
On Monday the whole school decorated the Christmas tree and set up our crib in a special service
On Tuesday, in our Remembrance Mass in Church, we placed the wreaths we had made in front of the altar, along with the names of the soldiers from our local community who were killed in the First World War. As always we are very proud of the respect for this tradition shown by our children.
Little Way Week Monday 30th September – 6th October 2019.
It is the time of year for us to celebrate all the little things our children do to show that they are trying to be like Jesus.
We are sure that we will see lots of little acts of kindness in school and we hope that you will at home too.
This is our Little Way Week Prayer:
Share, Help, Care, Pray.
Help me to do these every day.
Help me to show love in all I do.
So I may grow more like you, Amen.
Perhaps you would say it with your child each day this week and talk about what acts of kindness they have shown and maybe give them some ideas for the next day.
Congratulations to the following children who were interviewed and appointed to be our new Pupil Chaplains: Jasmine, Olivia, Rae, Rylan, Szymon, Torran and Victor.
Their role is to promote our Mission Statement and the Catholic life of our school. They have a busy year ahead of them and they all bring their own unique qualities to the role. Please keep them in your prayers.
On Wednesday our newly appointed Pupil Chaplains went to St Edwards Church Hall in Darwen to meet up with the Chaplaincy teams from other local Catholic schools. They all worked so well together and, as always, our children were great ambassadors for Our Lady’s.
We gathered today to crown the statue of Our Lady.
Our journey through Holy Week continued on Tuesday afternoon when we gathered in the hall to remember what happened to Jesus on Good Friday.
We are a WELCOME community
We are a WORD OF GOD community
We are a WORSHIP community
We are a WITNESS community
'Come and See' Yearly Overview
'Come and See' Yearly Overview - Printable version
Each week, our children share the Wednesday Word in class and we hope you are enjoying sharing it with your child/children.
Please let us know your thoughts on this - your feedback is always welcomed and appreciated.
Our Little Way Week Prayer
SHARE HELP CARE PRAY
Help me to do these every day.
Help me to show love in all I do,
So I may grow more like you.
Cafod Harvest Fast Day - Friday 4th October 2019
On Friday 4th October we all tried to brighten up the harvest by holding a non-uniform day and bringing donations to school for Cafod.
Cafod can continue to work with the poorest communities because of our donations and together we can help to build a brighter world, free from extreme poverty. We raised £132.00 for CAFOD. Many thanks for your generosity.
Thank you so much to everyone who donated food to our Harvest appeal. Once again, your generosity has over whelmed us. These gifts will be sent to the Blackburn Food Bank to help people in our local community. Thank you also to the families who came to share our Harvest Mass. We really appreciate the time you gave to celebrate with us.
Mission Statement Morning
Our celebration of the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes and the World Day of Prayer for the Sick - 11.2.19
The Sacramental Programme 2019/2020
Sunday 1st December 2019 Sacramental Programme enrolment Mass.
Sunday 1st March 2020 Sacramental Programme Mass 9.30am in Church.
Thursday 5th March 2020 Reconciliation Service 6.00pm in Church.
Sunday 17th May 2020 Sacramental Programme Mass 9.30am in Church.
Sunday 14th June 2020 First Holy Communion Mass 9.30am in Church.
Our pupil chaplains made lots of Advent angels and hid them around school for the children to find. We hope your child has brought one home and shared the Advent message with you.
Come and See RE Themes for Spring Term 2020.
06 01 2020 - 31 01 2020 Church Theme
03 02 2020 - 06 03 2020 Sacrament Theme
09 03 2020 - 07 04 2020 Christian Living Theme