Congratulations to the whole school and especially the Year 2 teachers and children who led us to reflect on Jesus’ final days, his suffering and glorious resurrection.
One of our school targets is to improve our listening skills, we certainly saw excellent listening skills from nearly every single child during the Easter Service, in fact at times you could hear a pin drop!
Year 2 staff; Miss Wellington, Mrs Hines and Year 2 pupils rose to the challenge of leading us through the final days of Jesus’ life, accompanied by tremendous singing and acting from the rest of the school.
I certainly would not want to meet that angry mob on the streets of Port Talbot!
See pictures of our Dress Rehearsal below!
Pope Francis’ message this Lent:
Nobody, no situation and no place
is beyond God’s care
Dear Mums and Dads, Aunties, Uncles, Staff, brothers and sisters,
Missio have met today and decided that during Lent we would like to do something different! Missio have suggested that together as a Catholic community we might:
- Give up or limit time on phones, i-pads, Play Stations?
- Find 5 minutes extra a day to pray to Jesus?
- Save pocket money and give to those in need?
Together we have decided to rise to the challenge of walking 10,000 steps a day during Lent. We would like everyone to join us ‘Doing something different’, getting fit and raising money for Missions in Peru (Father Giovanni) and Mission Together.
We thought it would be fun to do this together and are hoping that our whole community will join us in this adventure. Please fill in the promise below asap and send donations in by Monday 8th April. Thanks, Missio