Celebrating our faith
At St Wulstan's we are extremely proud of our Catholic faith, and we take every opportunity possible to celebrate this. Take a look below at some of the events that link to our faith that we have celebrated recently.
Our Remembrance Virtual Liturgy will go live on 11th November.
This Year we collected food parcels for the Alice Charity and Open Door. Our families were extremely supportive and we are so grateful, as were the charities. As part of our Harvest Celebration, the children in Key Stage 2 created a virtual liturgy to share with the school. You can watch the liturgy here:
Mardi Gras 2020
To help lead us in to Lent and help children understand the change, the whole school celebrated a special day themed around Mardi Gras.
A special celebration was organised, with decorations and carnival music in the dinner hall. There was a real party atmosphere and it was great to see the children dancing around to the music whilst waiting for their special lunch, which included pancakes and a range of toppings! Children made special masks in the colours of Mardi Gras, and wore these during the day. They also spent time in classrooms learning about the festival and why we celebrate it. Children really enjoyed this special feast before their fast!
Advent and Christmas 2019
What a special and busy time it has been, firstly preparing ourselves to remember the birth of Jesus and then all of the celebrations that have taken place for Christmas. Events have included class-led liturgies; choir performances at the hospital, local care homes and hospices; school and family Masses; Christmas lunch, Carol Concerts in church for Key Stage 2 and Nativity performances for EYFS and KS1. What a special time it has been!