Statements To Live By

News

  • The last day of term is Thursday 18th July 2019 and we return to school on Wednesday 4th September 2019.

    Term Dates 2019-20 are available to download from the Information section.
  • Please ask your children what they are learning about.
  • On Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd May, Christine Ingle, one of our Diocesan Inspectors, came to see all of the wonderful work that goes on here at Holy Rosary. We will inform you of her judgments when the official report is released. This should be in approximately 2 weeks time.
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  • A copy of our new uniform information letter is available to download under the 'Newsletter' section

‘Statements to live by’. These statements help the children and adults too, to think about who we are, what we believe and what we hope to become. We hope that together we will nurture a sense of what it is to be fully human and alive as children and adults sharing in this Christian community.

There are 36 statements in all which are linked to our Religious Education programme and the Catholic life of the school but each one is relevant no matter what our religious beliefs are.

Each statement will be supported by activities in school such as ‘Circle Time’, Class Liturgies, House Liturgies and also used by our Pupil Chaplains when they deliver reflections for other pupils. Each statement will also be celebrated in prayer and at Key Stage worship. The statements will be displayed in each class, on our website and around the school.

The Statements are based on 9 guiding principles, rooted in our Catholic, Christian faith.

The Nine Guiding Principles

Here at Holy Rosary we deliver our Statements over a two year rolling programme.

These are the Statements for 18/19:-

Statements to Live By 2018-19