At St Mary's, Catholic Social Teaching is incorporated into our curriculum. Children are asked to put their faith into action and reflect on how their learning enables them to do so. Each collective worship refers to Catholic Social Teaching which helps make the worship relevant to our lives today.
We show solidarity by:
We recognise the human dignity of others by:
We show we are part of a community by:
We show we care for creation by:
We recognise the dignity of work by:
We acknowledge our rights and responsibilities by:
We show we are people of peace by:
We show a preferential option for the poor and vulnerable by:
This week’s Catholic social teaching principle is:
Care for Creation
This week's assembly will focus on:
World Bee Day, which takes place on 20th May each year. Its aim is to spread awareness of the significance of bees and celebrate these tiny creatures who work so hard. A third of the world's food production depends on bees. They also help reduce pollution https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/av/45003800
Scientific studies have proven that bees have become increasingly endangered. The UN says one million species face extinction.