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St James’s Catholic Primary School ‘Put out into the deep’

125th Anniversary

Pupils, teachers, governors and past members of our school community joined Bishop John in a special Mass held in our school hall. In his homily, Bishop John reminded us that the school was built to have strong foundations but it did not come alive until it was filled with children. The Bishop expressed how thrilled he was to celebrate this occasion. He sent the children home with a mission to tell their families. ”Do not be afraid, you are fishers of people.” The children loved the celebration and were delighted when Bishop John led the singing of Happy Birthday at the end of Mass. This was a wonderful and fitting way to launch the 125th anniversary of our school; we are looking forward to a number of events to mark this grand occasion. ​

125th Anniversary Bake-Off 28th September

It really was a ‘Great St James’s Bake Off’! I’m not sure I was fully prepared for such a high standard of cakes as I waited in the Pilgrim Hall on Friday morning. It’s no surprise that we were left with no cake at all by 4pm. The cakes were fantastic! The 125th year was captured in so many creative forms! From newspaper cakes to cakes with Lego – we had it all. Thank you for your baking, your donations, for volunteering and for making the day really special for the children. We raised £560 for MacMillan Cancer Support.