If you want to see the choices your child has each day for School Dinners, please click on the Parents Tab, then down to click on School Office and scroll down to the School Dinners section where the menus are on display.
For details of how to register your child from Reception to Y6 for flu immunisation this November please see the School Newsletters section of this website.
Admissions September 2020 – in line with Government guidance, the revised deadline for lodging admission appeals is the 28 May 2020. Please email school admin address (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you require an appeal form and associated guidance. Thank you.
We have created a new blog for Year 3 to keep in touch during the school closures
Please visit National Online Safety for advice on how to protect your child from this sinister internet ‘challenge’. https://nationalonlinesafety.com/resources/platform-guides/momo-online-safety-guide-for-parents/
School letter dated 28.2.19: Advice for parents – 28.2.19
Please click here to read the Ofsted inspection letter.
Our school New Year Resolution is to make simple changes to help protect our common home. This is what Pope Francis asks us to do in his letter to the whole world, Laudato Si’.
Can you help too?
Congratulations to all the children in Year 4 who have made their First Holy Communion during the past few weeks.
We pray that receiving the sacrament will bring them closer to God, deepen their faith and strengthen their resolve to continue Christ’s Mission on Earth.
The School Council organised a Decorate an Egg Competition and the entries were outstanding! They ranged from unicorns, spiders, Willy Wonka eggs to farm animals and even a Hungry Caterpillar!
Winners were Jacob Innes (Rec F) with ‘Consett Rugby Eggs’, Molly Hogarth (Yr3C) with ‘The Greatest Showman’ and Megan Shield (Yr6C) with ‘Eggie the Eagle’. Overall winner was Elika Gray (Y2C) with ‘Toy Story’. To see more photos, please click here.
Before we broke up for the Easter holidays, the children took part in an Easter Walk organised by the Friends of St Patricks.
For more photos, please click here