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Celebrating the Significance of Pentecost 2022



Pentecost is a very special time in the Catholic Church's year as we not only celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, but another significant event. The Holy Spirit came to the disciples on Pentecost. God the Father and Jesus sent the Holy Spirit to help and guide the Disciples so that they could spread the Good news. The event of Pentecost changed the world and helped shaped the the Church as it is now! The Holy Spirit is still with us today


On Pentecost, the Apostle Peter spoke to a gathered crowd. He asked the people to be baptised and receive the Gift of the Holy Spirit. Many people were baptised that day. The Apostles continued to baptise many people. They laid their hands on them so that they might receive the Holy Spirit, giving them strength and courage.



Whole School Easter Mass


After our Easter break, the whole school took part in a beautiful Mass which was led by our G.I.F.T team. This Mass reminded us not only of the sacrifice that Jesus made for us, but also the miracle of His resurrection. 


We gathered together with the whole school and the parish community, to celebrate the great feast of Easter. The Gospel reading explained how God loved the world so much that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not be lost but may have eternal life.


It was also a time for reflection as well as celebration as sometimes our relationship with God and with others is in need of repair.  Jesus made us one with God again by his death and resurrection, and that’s what we remember today. 

RE Display Boards

For Pentecost, we have changed our RE display boards in line with the Church's Liturgical Year and have mounted them with gold and cream. We have also included our driver words for our new topics and pieces of the children's work.