Pupils and families were very generous in their donations for our local homeless charity in Hinckley.
"It's so important to think about how losing your home would be really stressful and terrifying, so having a place like Lawrence House would make you feel wanted and loved". Katie (Pastoral/Welcoming group of the
As part of our service to the local community, we supported St Peter’s Catholic Church with their weekly Lenten frugal lunches. We were described as 5* waiters and waitresses. I really enjoyed having the opportunity to talk with the parishioners. Almsgiving is such an important part of our Lenten journey
Oh what an emotional day it was, as we officially said goodbye to our wonderful year 11 students. Not a dry eye in school (maybe this was tears of laughter as well as tears of sadness though). On Friday 20th March, we held a special leavers liturgy to celebrate Year
Staff and students from St Martin’s swapped their comfy bedrooms to sleep rough for the night to raise money for Lawrence House charity that helps homeless young people. We started our evening with an opening liturgy led by the children. We were very blessed to be joined by Bishop Patrick
At St Patrick's Catholic Voluntary Academy, we had the Ash Wednesday liturgy led by Father Raphael and the chaplaincy team, to start our Lenten journey. Our part-time nursery had their own little service.
The Chaplaincy Team at St Francis have been planning for Eucharistic Adoration.
On Friday 27th March we will be holding a liturgy in school, which will include Eucharistic Adoration. After the liturgy we will process back to the Convent Chapel with the Blessed Sacrament which will be the start of
Who doesn't love been awarded a badge!?! St Paul said in his first letter to the Corinthians 'Now these three remain, faith, hope and love, and the greatest of these is love.' In Latin this is Fides (Faith), Spes (Hope), and Caritas (Love). We have begun to award our students
We were delighted to host David Brinn, CAFOD lead of school volunteers, to our school today to tell us about the CAFOD's Lent appeal. We had a Q&A session with children who asked lots of great questions.
Then David conducted a workshop on Laudato Si' with our chaplaincy team and
Before the half-term holidays, we got together as a group along with Mrs. Noronha and planned a liturgical dance to be performed for the Ash Wednesday Liturgy with the hymn Clean by Natalie Grant. We wanted to show the whole school the importance of Jesus' death and how he died
We began our season of Lent with our Ash Wednesday liturgies which focused on CAFOD's Defend the Defenders campaign. Considering all the trees destroyed and burnt in the Amazon rain forests, it was fitting for us to receive ashes which were distributed by some of our Sixth Form students.
On Friday 28th February, a large group of young people gathered at St Peter’s Church, Hinckley and made an important commitment; they are preparing for the sacrament of confirmation.