St Mary's Catholic
Come and See is the Religious Education programme recommended by Liverpool Archdiocese. It is the scheme that we follow here at St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Euxton. Here you will find the termly R.E. Curriculum overviews, giving details about the topics your child is studying. Also there will be photos and information about recent events, worship time and class work.
Year 5 and Year 6 have had a visitor, Mrs McNamara, to learn about Catholic Social teaching and the different ways in which we can help contribute to our global family and what we can do to help those people who face tough challenges.
Every year as part of their Faith in Action work, our Year 6 children come up with inventive ideas to raise money for CAFOD throughout Lent. This year, like many things, our fundraising efforts need to be done slightly differently. During this period of school closure it’s more important than ever that we engage in activities that bring us together as a school community, if they help to keep us fit and healthy and benefit a good cause at the same time, all the better! Millions of people around the world struggle to access safe clean water; the coronavirus pandemic has only highlighted the urgency of the matter. With all these things in mind we’d like to invite you to join our Walk for Water fundraiser in aid of CAFOD. The aim is to walk 10000 steps a day as a school, for 40 days.
Our Easter Gardens
Home Learning 2020
40 DAYS - 40 ITEMS
Instead of giving up something for Lent this year, why not try the 40 days-40 items challenge.
Each day of Lent, remove 1 item from your house, which you don't use or wear anymore and place it in a bag. At the end of Lent, donate these items to a charity shop or to a homeless shelter.
They'll be shared with those who really need them.
We'd love you to take pictures and share them with us.
Our Year Six children are working together through Faith in Action. This is a new award promoted by the Archdiocese.
Faith in Action rewards active service in schools and parishes, and encourages young people to shine the light of faith on their service experiences. The award allows the Church to celebrate, recognise and reward the contribution of young people. Some of their activities are shown in the photographs below.
We have created a Quiet Space in the centre of our school. A place to gather, sit quietly and reflect.
Each day the children gather in class or in the hall for Collective Worship.
We are proud of our status as a Fairtrade Achiever school.