All children in Years 1-6 will return to school on Wednesday 2nd September 2020. Please see the Return to School Letter on the Coronavirus page or on the Letters page for detailed information. We look forward to seeing everyone!
In accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church we at St Clare's work together to provide a stimulating, productive environment where children have the ability to develop their talents and reach their full potential. We do this by widening their contribution to the life and work of the school. This is done in partnership with parents and the parish community.
We promote consideration and respect for all others regardless of race, culture, gender, disability or beliefs. This is strengthened by our links with charities such as CAFOD and Nugent Care.
We have a variety of celebrations such as masses, assemblies and musical events throughout the year. Children’s efforts and achievements are recognised, celebrated and rewarded regularly.
We also ensure that our children have an understanding and respect for other faiths and beliefs by providing enriching experiences. These include annual visits to the local Sikh temple and Synagogue.
In addition, we have made links with the parish and other schools in the community through our superb Gospel Choir and joint ‘With You Always’ Sacramental Programme.
We are looking forward to caring for the chicks in school during May. We have been sent a short sneak peek of our new arrivals and we can't wait to celebrate this new life in school. We will also be responsible for showing love, kindness and care to the chicks.
We crowned the statue of Mary in honour of Our Lady, Queen of the May.
Recycling team assembly and workshop
Year 4 children have been busy planting seeds. The sunflowers, when grown, will be contributed to the Dianne Oxberry Memorial Garden at the Royal Horticultural Show at Tatton Park this summer.
Holy Week whole school Collective Worship sessions with parents
Father Aidan came into school on Ash Wednesday. He led a short reflection and give us ashes to mark the beginning of Lent.
Schools' Epiphany Service
We shared in the Epiphany Service in the Anglican Cathedral.
Year 5 led a Remembrance Day assembly
Year Three Brighten Up Harvest CAFOD
EYFS Harvest Festival
Mission Statement Launch Day
Year 3 and 4 Baptism and Confirmation assembly
Year 4 had a visit from CAFOD, they shared Pope Francis's message 'Laudato Si'. It's a message about how we need to look after the planet that God has provided for us, we thought about how we could reduce our waste and the amount of natural resources we consume.
Year 4 visit from CAFOD
EYFS: Our families joined us at New Brighton.
Year 6 - other faiths
Year 6 - The Story of the Prodigal Son