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

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

School News

March 2021

  • 19/03/21

    Saint Joseph's Day

    We are celebrating our patron's day today with special assemblies, cakes and prayer table gifts.    Ollie Patton a seminarian from the Northampton Diocese leads a Saint Joseph's Day reflection below.        
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  • 12/03/21

    Lenten Reflection

    Mrs Burgess and Mr Wiles from St Thomas More in Bedford have kindly created a visual with accompanying audio to help guide you along.  The prayer is from CAFOD ​​ Lord Jesus, when I am sad and depressed Help me think of you praying in the garden. Lord Jesus, when I am fearful he...
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  • 11/03/21

    A Guide to Regular Rapid Covid 19 Testing

    At the moment nursery children and Primary school children are not being asked to be tested as evidence continues to show that children and young people are at low risk from COVID-19 and are very unlikely to get seriously ill.
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  • 05/03/21

    Olicat Schools Reflection

    Here is this week's OLICAT Reflection, a Stations of the Cross video of prayers from St Thomas More Secondary in Bedford. 
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  • 03/03/21

    Wellbeing Shorts - 7. Stress and Anxiety

    Stress and anxiety often come from worrying about the future, think instead about the present...breathe and take one step at a time. This week's Wellbeing Short is about the management of anxiety and stress. The series of OLICAT Wellbeing videos and resources can also be viewed here
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  • 02/03/21

    Lenten Project - Mission Together

    Our Lenten Project this year is Mission Together.  A catholic charity, supported by the Pope, that is about children helping children all around the world.  The children will be doing tasks at home to raise money.  Miss Dimmock shared an assembly with the children which gives more det...
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