Catholic Life at St Aloysius

Examples of Catholic Life at St Aloysius

We attend Mass regularly and celebrate feast days and Holy days

We take part in Prayer and Liturgy every day

We invite families to join us for Stay and Pray regularly

We visit the local care home to give back to our community

The children are learning how to help others in our community

We celebrate the important Sacrament of First Holy Communion with our children and parish family

Our school family comes together to celebrate the Baptism of our pupils

We visit different places of worship

We learn about other faiths

We support the children with the important Sacrament of Reconciliation as they make their First Confession

The children read prayers in whole school Prayer and Liturgy

Our whole school donated food for vulnerable families and parishioners at Christmas and we delivered over 30 hampers to the community

We took part in the Big Lent Walk after Mass and invited our families and parishioners to join us

We invited our families and parishioners to join us after Mass for coffee and hot cross buns

Our choir visited the Christ the King Cathedral to take part in the Good Shepherd Mass

We develop links with our community to fundraise

After an assembly on the Live Simply Award, Niamh was inspired to write to Pope Francis! She received a reply and we are so proud!

Our children take home the Posada as they learn to share prayer with their families

We held a Macmillan Coffee morning for staff, children and families. Our children sold cakes after school to raise money for charity

We teach the children to look after God's world and encourage litter picking

During Lent, the children were invited to take home 'Lent in a Bag' which enabled them to pray with their families

Staff take part in Prayer and Liturgy

One of our children has become an Altar Server! We are so proud!

We visit church to help us with our learning in RE

We visit church to help us with our learning

Our older children plan and deliver Prayer and Liturgy with younger children

We took part in Cafod's Go Green assembly