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Year 6 lead Mass

Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Year 6’s altar display

On Tuesday 12th February it was the turn of the children from Year 6 to lead our whole school Mass with Father Louis.

The children did a wonderful job of reading, acting, bringing up the offertory and creating a lovely altar display too.

One child commented, “We always need to do the right thing as Jesus is in our heart.”

Well done Year 6!

Year 6’s Prayer Partner Gathering

Friday, 8 February 2019

The prayer partner gathering

On Friday 8th February the children from Year 6 prepared a gathering for their prayer partners from Year 3.

The children took the theme of being Eloquent and Truthful (our values this half term) and prepared readings, hymns, prayers and a lovely PowerPoint and display to share in the special gathering.

One Year 3 child commented, “I really like having time to pray with my prayer partner because he is really nice.”

Well done Year 6, the children from Year 3 really appreciated all of your hard work!

KS1 lead Mass

Tuesday, 5 February 2019

KS1’a altar display

On Tuesday 5th February it was the turn of the children from Years 1 and 2 to lead our whole school Mass with Father Louis.

The children did a wonderful job or reading, acting, bring the offertory and creating a lovely altar display.

Well done everyone!

Year 3 lead Mass

Tuesday, 29 January 2019

Year 3’s altar display

On Tuesday 29th January it was the turn of the children from Year 3 to lead our whole school Mass with Fr Louis.

The children did a lovely job of acting out the Gospel to help us understand, reading clearly and sharing their bidding prayers.

One Year 4 child commented, “We are called to look after each other as we are all part of God’s family.”

School Parish Mass

Monday, 28 January 2019

Our Mass Booklet

On Sunday 27th January the staff and children from St Joseph’s attended a special School Mass in Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury Church Dudley.

The children from school sang in the choir, played in the band, read and helped to bring the offertory.  It was a lovely Mass and we really appreciated that so many families were able to join us.

 

Year 4 lead Mass

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Year 4’s altar display

On Tuesday 22nd January the children from Year 4 prepared and led our whole school Mass which was celebrated by Father Louis.

The children read, acted, brought up the offertory along with sharing their own bidding prayers to make Mass very special.

One Year 5 child commented, “Jesus calls me to be kinder and put other people before myself.”

Well done Year 4.

Year 5 lead Mass

Tuesday, 15 January 2019

Year 5’s altar display

On Tuesday 15th January the children from Year 5 lead our whole school Mass with Fr Louis in school.

The children wrote some lovely bidding prayers asking God to always give us the strength to do the right thing and be eloquent and truthful – which are the values we are focusing on this half term.

The children also read and acted beautifully to help us understand the Gospel.

Well done Year 5.

Year 6 lead Mass

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Year 6’s altar display

On Tuesday 8th January the children from Year 6 lead our first whole school Mass of 2019.

The children helped us to understand the gospel by acting out the Parable of the Feeding of the 5000.

All of the children read clearly and respectfully to help make our Mass extra special.

Year 3 lead Mass

Tuesday, 18 December 2018

Year 3’s altar display

On Tuesday 18th December the children from Year 3 lead the last school Mass of 2018.

The children did a wonderful job of reading prayers, bringing the offertory and acting – well done Year 3!

Year 5 lead Mass

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Year 5’s lovely altar display

.On Tuesday 4th December the children from Year 5 lead our first school Mass in the season of Advent.

The children did a wonderful job of writing the bidding prayers, reading, acting and bringing up the offertory – well done children.

The children also reminded us of the values of hopeful and faith-filled which we are learning even more about this half term.