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St. Chad’s Feast Day

Monday, 2 March 2020

St. Chad’s Feast Day 2nd March

Monday 2nd March is the feast of St. Chad, he is a very important saint to us as he is the patron saint of our school and parish.  We learnt about St. Chad in this morning’s assembly and at 2 o’clock this afternoon children in all of our classes found out more about our patron saint and completed some activities related to his feast day.

We wish you all a very happy St. Chad’s Day!

Safer Internet Day Year 3

Monday, 2 March 2020

Y3 working on the computers on Safer Internet Day

This year for E Safety day, class 3 discussed the dangers of spending too much time online. We role played how too much time online can affect our friendships and our health. We then designed posters on Microsoft Word to warn people of the dangers.

Year 3 Sing at Sedgley Christmas Tree Festival

Friday, 6 December 2019

Y3 singing at All Saints Church

On Friday 6th December Year 3 sang  at Sedgley Christmas Tree Festival.  The children joined pupils from other local schools at All Saints Church, at the blessing of the trees service.  The children  worked very hard with Mrs Greaney preparing songs to sing at the festival.

After they performed, the children enjoyed listening to the singing of the other local schools as well as looking at all of the beautifully decorated Christmas trees.



October is the Month of the Rosary

Monday, 7 October 2019
Mission Rosary Beads

The Mission Rosary Beads

As October is the month of The Rosary, we said the Rosary together in Monday morning’s whole school assembly.  The Pope has asked that this October, we especially remember the missions (those who are sent by God to help other people and share His love with them).  We used The Mission Rosary to remind us of the different missions working in different parts of the World.  The red beads represent The Americas, the green beads Africa, the white are Europe, the blue beads represent Oceania and the yellow beads stand for Asia.  We hope the children will continue to say The Rosary throughout October.