Summer Fun Activities!

Please follow the link below for a wealth of ideas and resources for you to enjoy as a family over the summer holidays:  https://www.mountcarmelfirstschool.co.uk/summer-holiday-activities/  These resources are also available via the year group curriculum pages of the school website.

Fr. Jason’s Class Visit

Year 4 would like to thank Fr. Jason for joining them last week to share his knowledge on Chrism oil and the Holy Spirit. We also enjoyed the opportunity to ask Fr. Jason some thought provoking questions, such as, ‘Why do priests wear black?’ and ‘Why can’t women be priests?’

Salad Making!

Year 4 had a lovely morning making some delicious (and some quite unusual!) salads to mark the end of Health Week. Thank you for all your kind donations of ingredients. Hopefully the children will be able to rustle you up a tasty, healthy snack for dinner now! (Anyone for some Read more…

New Teacher!

Year 4 were very lucky this afternoon to have a special guest teacher, our incredibly talented Alex! He helped to give both classes some top tips for their art lesson. Alex is an amazing artist, spending time at the weekend at a special art school to help hone his talent. Read more…

Try Something New

Key Stage 2 enjoyed a fabulous Easter themed Try Something New day today. Once again, the children experienced a range of activities and had a wonderful day. Their behaviour was, as always, exemplary. Well done everyone!

Our School Hymn

We were delighted to welcome Dan Callow to school today. He and our Chaplaincy Team worked hard all morning letting their creative juices flow to create a first draft of our brand new school hymn. It already sounds amazing and we are so proud of the work gone into it Read more…

Chaplaincy Team’s December Prayer Service

Today our Year 3 and 4 Chaplaincy Team led a beautiful Prayer Service, focusing on this month’s prayer focus. We sang some Christmas carols together, listened to the story of the Annunciation, and then enjoyed doing a word search activity that the team had produced themselves.