Our Mission Statement 'We do our best by following Jesus' sums up how we try to go about our daily lives at school. Our aim as a school community is to put Christ at the centre of everything we do and to follow Jesus' example in the way we treat each other with care and consideration.
Operation Christmas Child
Each year our children generously provide shoeboxes filled with gifts for girls and boys who are less fortunate than themselves. These are collected by the Christian relief and development organisation Samaritan's Purse and our children are thanked for 'putting a smile on a child's face' by contributing.
Father Hudson Society
During Lent our pupils collect spare change in boxes for The Good Shepherd Appeal. This money goes towards caring for the needy in the Diocese. Last year we raised £115.42.
Pupils enjoyed taking part in a sponsored circuit of athletic events organised by our Year 6 Play Leaders. £900 was raised.
Save the Children
Children and teachers contributed a £1 for the opportunity of wearing a Christmas jumper to school for the day. £174 was raised.
Autism Awareness Day
Children and Adults alike joined in 'Silly Sock Day' raising £131.
Poppies were sold in school in October raising £189.05.
The Pearl Of Africa Choir
After a spectacular visit the Pearl of Africa Choir left us with a generous donation of £163.
Nepal Earthquake Appeal
Following the strongest earthquake to hit Nepal for 80 years in April, the School Council organised a Birthday Cake Competition to raise money for the Red Cross appeal. £114 was raised.
Pink Bake Off
Mrs Cosenza and the office staff organised another successful cake sale and Bake Off Competition in October raising £630.50 for the charity Breast Cancer Awareness.
Once Upon a Smile
The School Council helped organised a fete in June. It raised £650 for the charity Once Upon a Smile which helps support families suffering bereavement.