Throughout October, nearly 200 children and many staff from Christ the King attended Rosary Club. We focused on the Glorious mysteries. Leo, year 4, said he like how he could focus on each prayer. "I didn't know how to prayer the Rosary before I came to Rosary Club, but I
On Wednesday 23rd October a small group of year 10 Mission team members went to St Mary's primary school in Loughborough. We were all allocated to a year group and spent the afternoon helping out around the classrooms.
We then spent some time working with the year 1's and year
On Tuesday, children and staff at Christ the King were joined by Father Cahil from St Peter's, Leicester, to discuss how we might Encounter Christ. We have been focusing on Encounter throughout the Advent term, following the Bishop's 3 themes for the year. So far, we have been thinking about
Welcome to the Chaplaincy blog of St Francis Catholic Primary School, Melton Mowbray.
Pictured is our wonderful Chaplaincy Team; together we learn more about God and we work together to help other children in our school to learn more about God and follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Our
Act justly, love tenderly and walk humbly with your God
Braunstone food bank visited Christ the King today to collect the AMAZING donations from our families. Year 4 and 5 chaplains and children helped the Food bank to box up the donations.
Our Junior donations
Ivin, year 5, interviewed Anne Short from the Foodbank:
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Christ the King were chosen to visit St Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham on Friday 11th October to lead the first Glorious Mystery of the Rosary. We led this through acting and Ivin even performed a song! We were joined by English Martyrs to represent the St Thomas Aquinas CMAT to show
At our school we care for others, share the love of God and welcome everyone into our community. We treat each other as a family and as sisters and brothers we encourage each other, share our gifts and talents and help each other to grow in faith.
Why we joined our
A group of children from our school choir had a delightful afternoon at Saffron House Care Home today. The residents and the children had a fantastic time chatting and singing. Millie from Year 8- I enjoy going to Saffron House because there is an amazing atmosphere with all the elderly