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St Bartholomew's

Catholic Primary School

Prayer and Liturgy

I am the vine, you are the branches.

He is risen!

Jesus is crucified

Year 1 and Year 2 prayer and liturgy about opportunities

St Patrick's House Mass

Lent is a time to think about how we can help our global family. Proverbs 17:17

Jesus meets a Samaritan woman at the well. John 4: 5 - 10

Our Lent Prayer Bags have gone home for all to share some special prayer time during Lent.

Year 3/4 led the school through a time of prayer and liturgy focusing on how to give and receive during this special period of Lent

Ash Wednesday – the beginning of Lent

A celebration of the special books used in Church

Jesus Calls Four Fishermen Matthew 4:18-22

Y6 parents and pupils celebrating the feast of the Epiphany

Advent - when is He coming?

The Feast of Christ the King

Remembrance Day

Year 1 leading the school in celebrating the wonderful 'Harvest' gifts we are able to share with those in need (Tear Drops Food Bank)

Year 5/6 reflect and pray about what it means to belong.

Year 4 spending some time in our prayer room thinking about and praying for others in need.

Year 1/2 visiting our prayer garden

Year 3/4 helping us to reflect on what it means to be called.

EYFS visiting our Mary Garden to thank God for His wonderful world

Year 3 sharing St Paul's letter to the Romans and helping us to think about how we can show love to all members of the community.

Year 1 and Year 2 visited church to learn about the special books Fr Phil and parishoners use in church.

Year 3 and Year 4 visited church to talk to Fr Phil about his role as a Priest.

Year 1 spent time in the Mary Garden sharing a reading from Mark's gospel about Jesus calling fishermen to follow him and asking them to help Jesus to gather others too.

Jesus calls four fishermen

Year 6 pupils led our community in a prayer and liturgy about Jesus, our King.