Staff at St. Peter's wrapped up gifts for seniors that are cared for in the community. Part of the Chaplaincy Team (fund raising team) delivered them with Mrs. Oxley and Mrs. Swinfield.
We gathered to sing Christmas Carols for our families and then led 7 Carol Services for everyone in our school
Deacon Seamus led our Carol Services and the choir sang beautifully. We even had a Gospel song which got everyone clapping along! Brendan O'Hara (Year 7)
Our newly formed Staff Choir made
Today Fr Anthony, Fr Simon, Fr Frank and Fr Isaac joined us to celebrate the end of Autumn Term. The Three Masses were beautifully led by so many children. A big thank you to everyone who took part. “Today was a lovely celebration, and it was great to see so
Following a recent donation from the school, children from The Divinity Team visited the local supermarket to source products for Hinckley Food Bank. What a great way to put our Faith in to Action. “I had a wonderful morning buying food items for Hinckley Food Bank. A few members of
All of Year 7 have now received their copy of Matthew’s Gospel, this is to Mark ‘The Year of the Word’. The bibles are a gift from the Nottingham Diocesan Education Service. A big thanks to the Nottingham Diocesan Catholic Youth Service (NDCYS) team, for delivering them to Saint Martin’s.
For the four Sundays of Advent this year, Chris, Hinckley ACROSS Group's chef, with the support of his team of volunteer helpers, including students from St. Martin's Catholic Academy, has been cooking four course lunches in aid of Hinckley ACROSS Group. People pay £20.00 per head for a delicious home-cooked,
Here is a guide to help you to experience Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in school with your young people. Thank you to Joe Hopkins, Lead Lay Chaplain of the St Ralph Sherwin Trust, for creating this excellent resource.
Encounter Him: A Resource for SchoolsDownload
Last week Kevin from The Canaan Trust visited Saint Martins. We enjoyed hearing about the charity’s work and how they support homelessness in our wider community. Homelessness is a real issue in our local communities, affecting many people- young and old and we can help raise awareness. Last Friday night
Here are the students from St Peter's in Earl Shilton leading their lunchtime Bible Journaling session.
The video to show this Activity being carried out is under construction and will be available soon!