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St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Hillcrest Road, Dudley

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Archive for March, 2018

Easter Congratulations!

Saturday, 31 March 2018

Congratulations!

We would like to congratulate three of our staff who on Saturday 31st March during the Easter Vigil were received into the Catholic Church.

It was a very important and lovely occasion – congratulations!

Stations of the Cross

Thursday, 29 March 2018

Year 6’s special performance

On Thursday 29th March to complete our Holy Week assemblies it was the turn of the children from Year 6 to act out the Stations of the Cross.

The children did a very respectful job or showing Jesus’ final journey to the Cross where he was crucified, the children read and acted beautifully.

A lovely way to complete Holy Week in our school – thank you Year 6.

Year 5 Performance

Thursday, 29 March 2018

Year 5 during their performance

On Thursday 29th March during our merit assembly the children from Year 5 treated us to another performance of their dance which they had created for Mission, Values, Vocation and Prayer Week in school.

The children re-told Jesus’ mission through dance and drama, sharing his life story from birth to resurrection and even included some of the many miracles he performed.

A beautiful performance – thank you Year 5!

Lunchtime Competition

Thursday, 29 March 2018

Our lunchtime competition winners

On Thursday 29th March during our merit assembly the prizes were given out to the winners of the lunchtime colouring competition run by our school meals service at Bishop Milner.

The children all had the opportunity to enter the colouring completion and it was a hard decision but we congratulated the five winners, who all received an Easter Egg, chosen by Trudy the Head Cook.

Well done children!

House Winners!

Thursday, 29 March 2018

The house captain of Truth collecting the cup!

During our end of term assembly on Thursday 29th March we congratulated our house winners for this term.

It was a very close contest with all of the teams scoring well over 3000 house points!  However, it was Truth who collected the most house points and received the house cup dressed in their colours!

Well done Truth!

Sensational Spellings!

Thursday, 29 March 2018

Our winners this half term!

During our end of term merit assembly on 29th March we congratulated our spelling winners for this half term.

Each week children who achieve full marks in their spelling test get to put a raffle ticket into a special spelling jar.  Once every half term a winner from the jar in drawn and they receive a £5 gift voucher!

Well done the winners for this half term!

Amazing Attendance!

Thursday, 29 March 2018

Some of our Year 6 children receiving their medals!

On Thursday 29th March during our end of term merit assembly we congratulated all the children who have had good attendance or 100% attendance for both the Spring term and the Autumn and Spring Term.

The children who have achieved 100% attendance for both the Autumn and Spring terms received a special attendance medal – and there were nearly 50 children!

An Amazing achievement!

Lenten Service in the Church

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

The children acting out the events of Holy Week

On Wednesday 28th March the children from St Joseph’s acted out the events of Holy Week in the Church.

It was a beautiful service and the children acted, read, played instruments and sang beautifully!

One Parishioner commented, “The children did a wonderful job, they should all feel very proud.”

Well done children!

B-Tales Easter Performance

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

The B-Tales in action!

On Wednesday 28th March we enjoyed another fantastic performance form the B-Tales Theatre Group.

The B-Tales came into school to share their Easter production which tells the story of Jesus’ life, the miracles he performed followed by the Events of Holy Week leading to Jesus’ crucifixion.

The production was excellent and enjoyed by all of the children and the staff too!

One child commented, “It was amazing, really funny and told us so much about what happened to Jesus.”

 

 

Agony in the Garden

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Year 5 acting out the events of The Agony in the Garden

On Wednesday 28th March it was the turn of Year 5 to share their Holy Week Assembly.

Year 5 presented the Agony in the Garden where after Jesus had prayed to his Father in Heaven he was betrayed by Judas and captured by the soldiers.

One child commented, “Jesus was human at this time, and understood how it felt to be let down.  This reminds us that we are sometimes let down by others and sometimes we let others down, but it’s important to say sorry and forgive each other.”

Well done Year 5!