On Tuesday 28th January 2020, over 1000 people gathered in Leicester for the St Thomas Aquinas feast day celebrations.
The Briars team joined us for the day and provided some fantastic music. Bishop Patrick spoke to us about being Disciples and about how we are called to look after our
After preparing our resources, today we held our first Lectio Divina. We have begun to read from the Gospel of Saint Matthew and plan to carry on for the next 43 days. It has been a special time and we are looking forward to it becoming a daily
We were so excited today to travel and join nearly 1000 children from our CMAT to celebrate the Feast of St Thomas Aquinas. We learnt lots about how we can be disciples and support CAFOD in their fight to save the world.
Our year 6 chaplain helped us to link
Here is the video Tom made with students from around our trust, celebrating all of the things which make our schools wonderful, caring, joyful and loving places to be. Enjoy!
Today at St. Patrick’s at Mass, it was the feast of Saint
Paul. It was about a man called Saul and he was a bad man, so God shone a
strong light into his eyes so he couldn’t see. God told him to be a better
person. From then, he became a good
In Advent, the chaplaincy team focused on the four themes of hope, peace, joy and love. We planned and prepared a liturgy based on peace for years 5 and 6 so that we could live peacefully in our day. We decided that we wanted it to be dark in the
MacMillan cake sale
On Tuesday 21st January, a few members of the year 8 mission team, supported by the 6th form Charity prefects, held a cake sale to raise funds for Macmillan cancer trust. This was part of the Macmillan coffee mornings that are held around the country.
We had piles
Miss Mason’s Year 6 led our Christingle liturgy on the Junior Site on the final day of Advent term; a beautiful way to close the term and prepare our hearts for the birth of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. The chaplaincy team made the Christingles, which were given to parents and
Pupils at Christ the King have been visiting our local care home to socialise with residents. The children have been preparing and cooking recipes using produce from the care home's orchard. By doing this we are carrying out God's work and caring for his creations.
We hope we can visit
All our doors in school were blessed after our Epiphany Assembly led by our principal. This is a Polish tradition - the CMB - which stands for the traditional names of The Three Wise Men; Caspar, Melchior and Balthazar. It also stands for the Latin "Christus Mansionem Benedicat" or "Christ