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
The chaplains at Christ the King are continuing their mission of spreading God's word and leading prayer during this challenging time.
Last week, many chaplains collaboratively sent in parts of a prayer to create a prayer for those closest to them. We hope that God will hear our prayers and
WE'RE READY TO CHANGE THE WORLD!
On Friday, the chaplains from both sites welcome David from CAFOD to find out ways that we can help to make a difference in the World.
We asked David lots of questions about his and CAFOD's work during Lent. Here are some of the things that
On Wednesday all of the children and staff at CTK celebrated the beginning of Lent with an Ash Wednesday liturgy. It was a great celebration of our discipleship and we all proudly wore our ashes to show our faith.
On the Infant Site, Fr Anthony joined us to celebrate Ash
On Friday 14th February, CTK celebrated the feast of St Valentine. We shared loving actions throughout the day. The Infant and Junior chaplains celebrated love through liturgies during the day.
We reflected on St Paul's definition of what love is. This helped us to think about when we have shown
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
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
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
This week, the Chaplaincy Team began a Lectio Divina Club at the Junior Site to learn more about God. We thought it was a good idea because we can learn how to be good disciples through the scriptures. As well as this, we have been focusing on the God who
On Monday, we had a whole school Mission Day. We have been focusing on how we can live out our Mission.
We started the day with a liturgy led by our Junior Chaplains. We thought about gifts and talents because we know that it is an important part of our Mission