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First Communion Week 2!

Today the remaining 4 children  who have been preparing for the Sacrament of Eucharist made their First Holy Communion


It was a very special celebration for St Lawrence’s School and Parish. The children were well supported by their families, parish members, school staff and school friends.

The children who made their First Holy Communion came back to join their friends and received communion for the second time.

There was a lovely Parish celebration after the mass;

What a fantastic celebration!

Week 1 ;

Week 2;


Reception enjoyed learning about Easter which is a very special time in the Church’s calendar! They created repeating patterns on Easter eggs: The Easter egg hunt was lots of fun: The children and families created wonderful egg designs for the school competition: Look at the wonderful cards we made in the creative area for our… Continue Reading

Easter Baskets Design and Technology in Year 3!

We really enjoyed designing and making Easter baskets! We will use them to carry home our Easter chocolate treats. We used basket cut outs as a base and used tissue paper and coloured pencils to decorate our baskets. In addition to this, we added paper flower buds, pearls, diamantes, buttons, ribbons and Easter shapes. We… Continue Reading

KS2 take part in CAFOD’s Walk for Hunger

KS2 take part in CAFOD’s Walk for Hunger

Yesterday, all of Key Stage 2 took part in CAFOD’s Walk for Hunger campaign, walking a mile to support people around the world who don’t have enough to eat. We contributed to the charity’s campaign by bringing in money for our non-uniform day. Just as importantly, we became more aware of the issues faced by… Continue Reading


Reception have been learning about Lent and how it is a time that we can grow just like the flowers and plants.  The children’s ideas included growing to be more kind, helpful or caring. The children thought of their own Lenten promises which they wrote on leaves. The leaves were used to create a Lenten… Continue Reading