Holy Island 2019

Last week Year 6 spent a great three days on Holy Island. There was lots of walking, talking, sharing, reflecting and praying from 6.00am until late. Education comes in many forms and we never stop learning. It was all about spending quality time with our friends as we prepare to leave Corpus Christi.

Time to move on now – our new schools are waiting for us!

 

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Corpus Christi Tea Party

Last Friday we celebrated  the 110 year birthday of our school. We welcomed visitors from the parish and Rosewood Care Home  and families to our annual tea party. The choir  lead the sing along with lovely performances from our violin (and one clarinet) orchestra, while Reception class stole the show with their version of ‘What a…Continue Reading

Year 6’s Liturgy before SATs

As we reached the final Friday before the beginning of our SATs, Year 6 gathered together with Mrs Ingle and Mrs Wright to reflect on all of our hard work. We listened to a reading from the prophet Isaiah, which assured us that God will always be with us whenever we need him. We wrote…Continue Reading

Make £1 Grow

Throughout Lent Year 6 worked hard to devise their own fundraiser. The idea was to spend no more than £1 on materials and to create a game, bake cakes or even make gifts to sell. In small groups, they shared ideas then planned their chosen enterprise. We were able to turn our classroom in to…Continue Reading

WE ARE GOLD!

Just before the Easter break we welcomed two assessors from UNICEF who had come to see if we should be awarded the highest accolade from UNICEF – the GOLD Rights Respecting Award. Over the Easter holidays we received official confirmation that we are now the holders of this prestigious award. Our children did us proud.…Continue Reading

Meeting our new Bishop

On Tuesday 26th March, two children from Year 5 represented our school at a large school event, at St Mary’s Cathedral, to welcome Bishop Robert Byrne as the Fourteenth Bishop of the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle. There were representatives there from 156 Catholic Schools. Bishop Robert was presented with a stole and a Welcome…Continue Reading

Advent Prayer Stations

There have been prayer stations in the hall every morning this week . All the children have had the opportunity to go around them and spend some time reflecting on their preparation for Christmas.They thought about the gifts of Hope, Peace,Joy and Love and they prayed for teh gift of patience as they excitedly wait…Continue Reading