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St Joseph’s & St Gregory’s Catholic Primary School

St Joseph's & St Gregory's
Catholic Primary School

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  • 23/10/20

    CORONAVIRUS SYMPTOMS?

    Use our online tool to understand what you need to do. Click here
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  • 15/10/20

    Open Afternoon - Friday 23rd October 2020 by appointment only

    An opportunity to view our inclusive and nurturing setting by appointment only. Please click here to register your interest. Book an appointmenT      
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  • 03/07/20

    Now available in other languages – please see below Parents : Guide to Returning to School -

    Change is an inevitable part of life, which affects all of us. When children and young people return to school following the global lockdown, everything will be different, and this is likely to induce a level of anxiety. The unprecedented months away from school have undoubtedly instigated a m...
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  • 13/11/20

    No Dogs

    Do not bring dogs on to the school site. Thank you.
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  • 13/11/20

    Department of Education update

    What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak Click here  
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  • 12/11/20

    Skipping

    The children in Years 2 - 6 had the most fantastic time with a representative from 'Dan, The Skipping Man' who taught them some amazing tricks and skipping skills recently. The children are now practising in the playground at break time and it's a joy to see them enjoying this. Take a...
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  • 11/11/20

    ​​​​​​​REMEMBERANCE DAY

    A two minute silence was observed today to honour all those who gave their life for our freedom and the school has supported the charity, The Royal British Legion by selling poppies. We will remember them.
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  • 02/11/20

    All Souls Day

    Today is All Souls Day. This is a holy day set aside for remembering, praying for and honouring the dead. All of us know someone in our family and friendship circle who has died. Several members of our school community, this year, have experienced the loss of close loved ones - we continue to rememb...
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  • 22/10/20

    Half Term Reading Bonanza

    Every child in years 1-6 has been given a wonderful reading book to enjoy at home. Half Term provides a brilliant opportunity to get lost in adventures. Please can parents and guardians encourage their children to read daily during the holidays. We can’t wait to hear all about their adventures...
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  • 22/10/20

    CELEBRATING HARVEST 2020

    Year 6 members of our Junior Chaplaincy Team led the school community in a Harvest Liturgy (assembly) on Thursday.   Seventeen children took a lead role, by gathering materials for display and reading in a whole-school gathering. This year, the assembly was 'broadcast' to all the...
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  • 16/10/20

    Goodbye Mr Beddall!

    Les Beddall, our wonderful Site Agent retires from his role today after 33 years of faithful duty today. He was invited to school assembly this morning and was presented with gifts from his work colleagues and friends before he received a blessing from the school. I’m sure you will join us in...
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