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The month of May is dedicated to Our Lady, Mary. To mark this, our Spiritual Life Committee led our annual May Procession where we crowned a statue of Our Lady with a garland of flowers. It was a reverent and moving act of worship. Thank you, as always, to Fr. Dermott for leading the Rosary and to the parents and pupils for the beautiful flowers.
Neil Coyle our local MP came to visit us this week to have a Q&A session with the children, focusing on the environment which links to our RE topic at school.
Celebrating the Feast Day Mass of St. Oscar Romero at St. George's Cathedral with 16 other schools and receiving our Participator Level of The Oscar Romero Award. This award recognises the school’s commitment to Catholic Social Teaching.
Our Year's 3,4,5 & 6 classes along with the Choirs of St. George's Cathedral, put on a very moving re-enactment of the journey of Jesus to Calvery Hill.
As you know we started a major refurbishment of the school garden.
We removed trees, bushes, rotten planters, and the gazebo, dug up the broken pavers, and even found a small garden shed that was hidden from sight because the surrounding shrubbery was so overgrown.
The ground was then dug up and leveled with 2 layers of crushed recycled concrete.
In September we had the trim trail and safety surfacing installed and in October we secured further funding to finish off the muddy surround so that the area could be fully used by the children.
There was a lot more work with huge lorry loads of concrete arriving on-site and eventually, the area was ready for the laying of artificial grass.