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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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  • 25/04/19

    BCS Easter Celebrations

    PLEASE SAVE THE DATE! Thursday 25th April- BCS Easter Celebration You are warmly invited to an evening at St Thomas More School Drama Theatre with free entry to all BCS families and friends. The evening includes performances from St John Rigby, St Joseph's and St Gregory's and St Tho...
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  • 03/04/19

    Easter Lunch

    We are celebrating Easter with a Lunch on Wednesday 24th April
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  • 01/04/19

    Year 3 Stone Age to Iron Age Wow Day

    Year 3 Stone Age to Iron Age WOW day Owls, Parrots and Eagles travelled back in time to explore the Stone, Bronze and Iron Age. The children recreated Stone Henge and explored artefacts from the different periods.
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  • 29/03/19

    Sing On

    Year 6 children have been participating in the excellent Sing On programme which is held in the Bedford area and culminated in a brilliant performance at Bedford’s Corn Exchange recently. Twenty-five of our children rose to the special occasion and sang songs from Joseph and The Amazing T...
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  • 26/03/19

    Widdershins Puppet Theatre

    Andy from Widdershins Puppet Theatre came to visit the Puffins and Penguins on Thursday 14th March to perform The Three Billy Goats Gruff.  It was amazing.  First he performed the story using his puppets.  He made them all himself!  During the performance there was music and...
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  • 20/03/19

    The Mustard Seed

    Rise Theatre brought a captivating and interactive performance of the Mustard Seed story to school this afternoon. The children participated in various fun and engaging activities including singing, drama and art and we hope that each child will have been reminded about their amazing God g...
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  • 12/03/19

    A visit from Britain's Tallest man

    On Tuesday 4th March we had a visit from Paul Sturgess.
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