We communicate Our Mission and support students and staff through our shared Catholic ethos.
We produce a 'Pebble' powerpoint each week based on the Sunday's Gospel, Feast Days and Awareness Days. Each Pebble contains ideas, images and prayers that can be easily adapted for assemblies, liturgies and prayer time.
We provide staff training on working in a Catholic school.
We also come together as a family of schools each year on 26th June to celebrate the Feast day of our patron saint John the Baptist.
Click on a drop down menu to view all the available resources. The files are 'read only' so for advice on how to use or adapt a document click on How to view and/or download a read only file.
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Feasts and Awareness Days and Resources
|01/11 31st Sunday
and All Saints
|Action for Happiness: November|
|08/11 32nd Sunday Remembrance Day||11/11 Armistice Day & Feast of St Martin | Anti Bullying Week | World Kindness Day|
|15/11 33rd Sunday||16/11 International Day for Tolerance 17/11 World Day of the Poor | CAFOD World Day of the Poor | 20/11 Universal Children’s Day|
|22/11 34th Sunday|
|29/11 1st Sunday of Advent||30/11 St Andrew | Action for Happiness: December | 01/12 Bishop Alan’s Advent Message to Schools|
|06/12 2nd Sunday of Advent||CAFOD Advent Resources Primary, Secondary
CAFOD National Assembly via Youtube from 10/12
|13/12 3rd Sunday of Advent||CAFOD World Gifts Resources Primary | Secondary|
Our Common Prayers
Prayer is central to our school life. We have created a set of common prayers that can be displayed or projected to help groups to pray together.
Working in a Catholic School (CPD)
We have created a presentation that helps to explain our Catholic ethos and how this inspires us as we journey through life together. To view the presentation click on Our Catholic Ethos.
For further info on Catholic Education follow these links:
Catholic Social Teaching and CAFOD
We believe that our Catholic values are best shown through our love for each other and by working for justice and an end to poverty.
We work closely with the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD).
Over the last five years CAFOD have been particularly inspired by Pope Francis' encyclical letter Laudato Si'. Pope Francis calls us all to respond to both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor in Our Common Home.
CAFOD East Anglia offer free virtual assemblies via Zoom at a time that best suits you. To book a slot contact Jane Crone.