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This final half term of the school year is a really busy one as usual. Keep up to date by checking the calendar regularly. 

Our Mission is to provide a distinctive Catholic Education in partnership with the home, parish and community, founded on the gospel message of love, respect and prayer, where the unique value of each person is acknowledged, the needs of each are recognised and the talents of each are nurtured to full potential.


  • Y4 visit to the Mosque To support their learning about other faiths, ,Y4 had a wonderful visit to a mosque in Sheffield. On their tour, the children were wowed by the beautiful interior of the mosque. They found out about the ritual washing (wudu), the call to prayer, the Qu'ran and how Muslims try to live a good life and how they do this - with a strong focus on family and community. It was particularly interesting to hear about the similarities with Christianity especially the admiration given to the patron saint of our school, Mary. 
    Posted 18 Apr 2018, 03:10 by Lynsie Tuplin
  • Dragon's Den Y6 have recently completed a lengthy project in ICT, based on BBC's Dragon Den.  We completed a series of tasks to eventually build up to a power-point presentation and request funding from a 'Dragon' (Mr Kearns).  The students initially created a new smart phone for ages 7-18, developed it by creating a prototype, added extra features then designed it by using online software.  We then did some market research using Survey Monkey and used that info to edit and improve our products.  We continued by creating a balance sheet to calculate our start up and running costs and finally created a power-point presentation to present our products to a Dragon!  Hopefully none of the Dragons will ...
    Posted 15 Mar 2018, 04:11 by Lynsie Tuplin
  • Big Sing Liturgy Thing Y6 enjoyed an uplifting day of music and prayer at All Saints High School with CJM Music and representatives from all the Catholic schools in Sheffield. The morning was spent learning songs and actions with a group of children putting together a liturgical dance. After an active lunch spent playing football, we came together for a liturgy where the power and symbolism of the cross took centre stage. Each child received a cross to take away to remind of the messages of the day. 
    Posted 9 Feb 2018, 07:31 by Lynsie Tuplin
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