Fairtrade Fortnight – Feb 20
Our RE Pupil Leaders kicked off Fairtrade Fortnight 2020 with a short performance about Fairtrade products, getting us to imagine a world without chocolate!
Carritas Food Parcels – Dec 19
Following our Harvest collection for Ealing Food Bank, we took up the Carritas Food Parcels idea where each child from each class brought in an item of food/toiletries to put in a class food hamper. We then distributed the hampers to those in need in our school community, those in other schools in our Deanery, and Ealing Food Bank.
Remembrance Day - Nov 19
To mark this special occasion, the children made paper poppies which we have displayed in our foyer area. Each class also collected money for the British Legion, as we wanted to raise money for those injured in service.
2Ha’s ‘Love in a Box’ Liturgy
2Ha led the liturgy explaining what this cause is all about and how it ties in with Jesus’ bible stories about ‘Love’. We collected a huge amount of boxes for the Mustard Seed Charity this year and were so touched by the children and their families’ generosity.
CAFOD Harvest Fast Day – Oct 19
6P led the liturgy reminding us of all the great work CAFOD does for communities around the world. The children and teachers dressed up as eco-warriors, following our ‘Common Good’ theme, and we raised £997.26 for CAFOD. We also collected food for Ealing Food Bank, to help those who struggle to feed their families.
Common Good Liturgy
– Sept 19
Mrs Walsh led a Monday morning Liturgy talking to the children about our responsibility for the wider Common Good of the planet. Each year group will focus on a particular eco theme for the year, in line with Pope Francis’ Laudato Si and each year group created their own 'Common Good' themed display.
CAFOD Lenten Liturgy - March 19
Our children were reminded about ways to 'Give it Up' and think about ways their actions impact on God's world.
2S lead the Love in a Box Liturgy explaining how the Mustard Seed charity collects shoe boxes of gifts for under-privileged children across Eastern Europe. Our children participated in providing their own shoe boxes full of goodies, to give a child a happier Christmas.