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Our Lady Catholic Primary School

Our Lady Catholic
Primary School

Spirituality

Masses and assemblies

Each term the children participate in mass in the parish and lead a class mass/assembly which parents attend. 

Rosary Assemblies

Rosary assemblies are led by the children and are held during Advent and Lent for all the school. All children are encouraged to bring in their rosaries to fully participate.

CAFOD Workshop

KS2 children worked with a member of CAFOD to develop their understanding of the challenges that face Refugees around the world. They worked in groups to simulate families,they thought about the challenges and obstacles they would face and how to overcome these. What items would be important to carry? Which ones would be practical? How could they meet the needs of the family members? This was a thoroughly enjoyable and insightful day for all the children.


Remembrance 2018

The children have been busy all week preparing in different ways for our Remembrance service. The children in Year 6 led us with a beautiful song.

 

 

 


 

 Prayers

Our School Prayer

Today Lord we gather in your presence
to honour you and praise you.
We thank you for bringing us together
and loving us.
Let us work hard in everything we do.
Let us achieve our goals here at
Our Lady School.
Amen

Written by the children of Our Lady School


 

 Parish

Pastoral Assistants

Trish Bonnett and Susanna Hawksley
Trish runs the young pilgrims club every Monday lunchtime for Y3.
School mass is held in school each term for the whole school.

Liturgy of the Word and Communion Celebrations are held every month for Y4/5/6 pupils, their parents and parishioners.

Parish

As a parish school we enjoy an especially close partnership with Our Lady Immaculate and St Andrew Church. Father Tom O'Brien is our parish priest and governor to the school. He is a frequent visitor to our school.

Every fifth Sunday of the month the school supports the 10:30am Mass at the parish church through liturgical dance, music and readings.

The school falls within the Diocese of Westminster.