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Our Faith Matters

Faith Matters Padlet

We have an easily accessible webspace in which we share reflections on the Gospel each Sunday, parish news and updates on the spiritual life of our children and community.

Click on the link to access Our Faith Matters Padlet - Our Faith Matters Padlet 


Catholic Social Teaching

Each term we focus on an element of Catholic Social Teaching which we reflect on as a whole school.

Our 7 key Catholic Social Teaching Values for Social Action are :

Human Dignity

Family and Community

Solidarity and the Common Good

Rights and Responsibilities

Priority for the Poor and Vulnerable

Dignity of Work

Stewardship and Care for Creation


Catholic School Pupil Profile Virtues


These have been identified as the qualities we seek to develop in our pupils, so each term we focus on 2 virtues that we explore through prayer and liturgy. Children have opportunities to reflect on these and discern ways in which they can apply their learning to life in school and our wider community. 


We believe that:

  • If we nurture gratitude in our pupils, they will practise generosity;
  • If we nurture attentiveness in our pupils, they will practise discernment, make good decisions in their lives and accept responsibility for their actions;
  • If we nurture compassion and love in our pupils, they will treat others with respect and they will learn to empathise with those who suffer poverty, injustice or violence;
  • If we nurture faith and hope in our pupils, they will have the confidence to contribute positively to the communities in which they live and inspire others to be hopeful for the future;
  • If we nurture eloquence and truthfulness in our pupils, they will be honest and respectful in their relationships with others;
  • If we nurture wisdom and a desire to learn in our pupils, they will use their gifts and skills for the benefit of others and will contribute positively to others’ lives;
  • If we nurture curiosity in our pupils and engage them actively in their learning, they will become lifelong learners who are tolerant and respectful of difference and diversity;
  • If we nurture a strong conscience in our pupils, they will have the confidence to lead by example, reflecting on God’s love for others and striving for harmony and equality in the communities around us.