Ethos and Values
St Philip's Catholic Primary and Nursery School is a Catholic school where the message of Christ inspires the curriculum and all aspects of school life. Religious education is in accordance with Roman Catholic doctrine and practice.
The school aims to provide an education which enables each pupil, in accordance with his or her ability, to become a dedicated member of the Catholic Church and a responsible citizen.
Easter Egg Raffle - Tickets will be on sale from next wee at 20p each. Doinations of Easter Eggs would be most welcome.
Reception and Year 3 - Bun Sale
Year 1 - Chocolate Tombola
Year 2/1 - Easter Egg Hunt with a twist
Year 4 - Lucky Egg Dip
Year 5 - Crazy Hair Day
Year 6 - Sponsored dance (for Year 6 children only)
Dates and times will be given nearer the time.
Reception had a sponsored Danceathon
Reception/Year 1 had a sponsored Fun Run
Year 1 had Name the Bear
Year 2 had a treasure Map
Year 3 had a Guess the amount of Jellies in the Jar
Year 4 had a Bun Sale
Year 5 had Racing Cars
Year 6 hasd a Bun Sale
We would like to express our gratitude and say a huge thank you to everyone for all your support with our Lenten activities. You have helped us to raise £1305.96 for our CAFOD and Catholic Care charities over Lent. We will be sending both charities the cheques over the Easter period. Once again, Thank you for all your support.
Here are some of our Year 6 children washing each others feet after our school Mass.
Our Lenten charities are CAFOD and Catholic Care, here are some photographs of a Bun Sale organised by Years 4 and 6
Our appeal this Christmas was for the Gianna project, we asked for donations of anything a baby would need in the first year of it's life and were astonished by the generosity of everyone who donated, many, many thanks to you all
Thank you for all those who contributed and attended our Macmillan coffee afternoon, this was a huge success and we raised £300.00.
This is the start of what turned out to be one of our most successful collections ever. St Vincent's were delighted and very touched by all the contributions and said they would be put to good use as their shelves were empty. For this Mass the children also made welcome cards for our new Priest Fr Polland.