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
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.
On Wednesday 26th February, students from years 7-11 at St Martin’s all attended a very important liturgy marking the beginning of the Lenten season. It was a reflective and powerful service and the sense of community was strong, as all came together to worship and remember the importance of lent.
On Wednesday 26th-Friday 28th February 2020, 33 pupils and 4 staff took part in a residential retreat at Alton Castle in Staffordshire. The centre offers the children the opportunity of taking part in some really exciting outdoor activities whilst considering their spiritual impact too. Our theme for the retreat was
On Tuesday 28th January 2020, we were invited to our annual Catholic Multi Academy Trust event to celebrate our Feast Day. The event took place at the Ramgarhia Community Centre in Leicester. The Key note speaker on the day was Christine Allen from CAFOD. She shared with us CAFOD’S latest
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.