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Thank You from St Mungo's

We’re turning up the volume for

Haven House

On Friday 25th May 2018

 

Our charity for May will be the Haven House Children’s Hospice.

 

Haven House Hospice helps to look after children and young people from birth to 19 who have life-limiting or life-threatening conditions. Its mission is to provide the highest quality palliative and holistic care to babies, children and young people and their families. It is a local charity which includes respite and end-of-life care. It believes that no parent should feel alone when caring for a child with a life-limiting condition or diagnosis.

 

The theme of our fund-raising will be their Turn Up the Volume campaign. This will be in two parts:

 

On Thursday 24th May, our usual Hymn Practice will be given over to a Hit the Right Note session: a 30 minute non-stop singalong to raise awareness among the children. This will be followed by a non-uniform day the following day.

 

Friday 25th May will be a non-uniform day but, in keeping with the theme, Amp It Up, it will be a non-uniform day with attitude. Children should come in to school on that day wearing their loudest, most colourful outfits in return for a donation of £1 (or more, if possible) to support this great cause.

 

Haven House relies on the generosity and support of individuals and businesses in the area. It is an amazing charity and we’re sure you will be as generous as you possibly can.

 

More information about them can be found on their website.

 

Donations should be brought in to school on the morning of 25th May and handed to the class teacher. Please encourage your child to take part and support this event.

 

Thanking you in advance,

www.havenhouse.org.uk/turnupthevolume

 

Hit the Right Note

Materi Mission

An Easter letter from Margret Bahati

Every year we sponsor a young girl called Margret Bahati from the Materi Mission . Instead of the staff sending Christmas cards to each other, they make a donation. The money raised goes towards her education for the year.

The school choir handing out Easter Eggs

to the Over 60's Club.

Reconciliation

This week years 4 - 6 took part in individual Reconciliations in the

Church as part of their Lenten preparation for Easter.

12th March 2018

British Red Cross

CAFOD

Catholic Association For Overseas Development

Monday 12th March

 

 

This morning, we were very pleased to welcome Annie, a CAFOD volunteer, who came to our assembly to talk about Cafod's Lent appeal 'Give it up'.

CAFOD stands for Catholic Agency for Overseas Development. They are a very well-known charity who provide lots of help for people in desperate situations around the world.

Annie explained to us all the importance of helping those who are much less fortunate than us. We learnt that these people are our brothers and sisters – we all belong to the family of God.

 

https://cafod.org.uk/Education/Primary-teaching-resources/Lent

 

Bishop John Sherrington

31st January 2018

Feast Day of St Francis de Sales

Wednesday 24th January

The choir singing Christmas Carols at Liverpool Street Station and at the SGV Cancer Support Group in Tottenham

 

Year 6 - The Annual Advent Carol Service at

Westminster Cathedral

Junior Nativity

Infant Nativity

The choir singing Christmas Carols to the Over 60's Club

Reception Nativity

Nursery Nativity

Materi Mission

Every year we sponsor a young girl from the Materi Mission . Instead of the staff sending Christmas cards to each other, they make a donation. The money raised goes towards her education for the year.

Advent Today

 

Advent means ‘the coming’ of something.

 

Advent is a period lasting FOUR Sundays (not weeks!) preparing for the

celebration of Jesus’ birth.

 

The first Sunday of Advent also marks the beginning of the Christian Church's

year.

 

Because the celebration is such an important event, Christians want to make

themselves completely ready.

 

Why is the Advent Wreath so special to Christians?

  • The circle of the wreath reminds Christians of God, His eternity and endless mercy, which has no beginning or end.

 

  • The green of the wreath speaks of the hope that Christians have in God, the hope of newness, of renewal, of eternal life.

 

Why have four candles on the Advent Wreath?

  • The four outer candles represent the period of waiting during the four Sundays of Advent
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  • The green of the wreath speaks of the hope that Christians have in God, the hope of newness, of renewal, of eternal life.

 

The four traditional advent themes

  • The Candle of HOPE
  • The Candle of PEACE
  • The Candle of LOVE
  • The Candle of JOY
  • A fifth candle is lit in the middle to celebrate the birth of Jesus

 

The Candle of Hope

The Candle of Peace

The Candle of Love

Remembrance Day

 

On Friday 10th November, the Year 6 children went to Tottenham Cemetery. At eleven o'clock they had a 2 minutes silence to remember all of the soldiers that had died to restore peace in our country.

Thank you letter from SENSE

Harvest

Thank you letter from Haringey Foodbank

Doors of Saints

                        
                       Nursery             Creative Art Studio

 

         RD - St Luke           RM- St Patrick           RV- St George

 

      1D - St Therese        1S - St Cecilia         1T - St Andrew

 

    2D - St Francis of Assisi         2M - St Anne 2NW St Josephine Bakhita

 

     3C - St Valentine        3D- St Scraphina     3K - St Christopher

 

      4B - St Nicholas  4D - St Anthony of Padua            4FW -  St Thomas Becket

 

5BP - St Joseph the Worker 5G - St Anna the Prophetess         5M - St Paul the Apostle

 

   
      6M- St Maximilian 6O - St Teresa of Calcutta               6S- St Paul

 

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