Our aim is to provide an education which is rich in all aspects of Catholic life.
We encourage partnership with the family in their journey in Faith,
which starts with the Baptismal Commitment,
highlighted in prayer especially in experiencing and understanding the Mass.
We teach and live according to Gospel values by imitating Jesus,
trusting in his love,
taking Mary as the best model of discipleship.
We will foster a respect for self and others and teach how to know the
difference between right and wrong based on the Commandments.
We aim to achieve high standards through a rich and varied curriculum.
We hope to enable each individual to be happy and to reach their maximum potential by nurturing,
developing and celebrating their many talents.
It is the hope of the school community to develop an awareness of those less fortunate and to foster a spirit of
service, selflessness, reconciliation
and mutual respect.
We celebrated the Harvest in school with a service in church. We gathered a lot of food to donate to St Clare's food bank in order to help those that need it in our own community. We thank you, God, for teaching us generosity and showing us how we might help one another.
We commemorated Holy Week in school with a lot of different activities in class. We thought about the Holy Week leading up to Jesus' sacrifice on the cross for us. On Monday, Year 5 showed us the story of Good Friday and Easter Sunday by acting out the Stations of the Cross for KS2, parents and parishioners.
Throughout the year, we celebrate different masses.
Today, we celebrated Harvest Mass and our Mini Clares took our harvest donations over to church.