Update - 12th March

It has been such a joy having all the children and staff back in school again this week! We’ve loved seeing their faces, hearing their voices and laughter and just seeing the school full of people and life after so long. The children have been brilliant and settled back into school so well (even for those who have been in during lockdown, it is a bit of a shock to suddenly have all 30 children back in a class!).

We’re all looking forward to our St Patrick’s Day celebrations on Wednesday, so do try and join us for the liturgy at 1.45 which will be led by Miss McNabb and 2GM. This is the link:


Red Nose Day

Red Nose Day is this Friday as well, so we have a busy week ahead! Don't worry, you won't need anything special for this one! The theme this year is superheroes, so you can wear something red, something related to superheroes or even make one up - it doesn't matter! There will be lots of fun activities throughout the day, all from Red Nose Day organisers themselves!

We've set up a JustGiving page specifically for Red Nose Day - you can donate to St Patrick’s JustGiving page by clicking here:


Please don't bring any money into school to help us keep Covid-secure!

Mrs Claridge (School Council Coordinator)

Message from Mrs Claridge

Hopefully, your child will have brought home a family colouring book recently. Part of our Computing curriculum teaches children about online safety and we'd like you to be involved because children are often online at home too (especially nowadays!). This program is called 'Be Internet Legends' and is developed