Collective Worship

Collective Worship


In school, we regularly take part in collective worship with the children and we often use resources from the Ten Ten website. They have provided the link below to a monthly newsletter, which will allow you to share in some of the collective worship that your child has experienced in school, with some ideas for possible prayer and discussion at home. We hope that you will enjoy sharing this as a family. 

https://spark.adobe.com/page/REapS6cTFMjHG/

Thank you from Walker Food Bank

Thank you from Walker Food Bank

We have received the following message from Walker Food Bank following the Harvest Festival donations. Thank you for all donations:

“On behalf of the Walker and District foodbank staff and volunteers: We want to thank you and the entire school for your generous donation to the food bank in this unprecedented times. Indeed it has been such an intense time for us all, however with the generous support from groups like yours, we continually thrive in meeting the constant growing demand. Thanks very much again.”

Collective Worship

Liturgy

Year 3 and Year 5 came together for Liturgy this morning.

The classes stayed in their own bubbles and sat more than 2m apart. We look forward to reintroducing Liturgy to all classes in the coming weeks.

Well done Year 4!

Well done Year 4!

On what would have been Year 4’s First Holy Communion day, we would like to take the opportunity to thank Year 4 pupils for all of their very hard work in preparing for their Holy Communion by completing the work programme. You have all been great and put a lot of effort into your preparation programme, well done!

The Holy Communion will be postponed until we return to school and another date can be booked. As soon as we have more information, we will let parents know.

Well done Year 4!

Sisters of Oaklea Convent, Sunderland

St Anthony’s of Padua would like to share with everyone a video of the Sisters of Oaklea Convent, Sunderland (Sister Josepha is playing guitar) from Thursday night when they were saluting the NHS.

We hope you all enjoy it!

St Anthony’s of Padua would like to share with everyone a video of the Sisters of Oaklea Convent, Sunderland (Sister Josepha is playing guitar) from Thursday night when they were saluting the NHS. We hope you all enjoy it.

Posted by St Alban's Primary School on Monday, 20 April 2020