Please take a look at our Worship Rota for 2019/2020 Spring 1 Academic Year-COMPASSION AND LOVE Rota 

Each term in our Worship we look at a different part of the Christian Values. This term we are looking at Compassion and Love. We have created a document to show some of the things that are discussed during our worship times in regards to the Christian Value-Christian value COMPASSION

 

Here at St Clement’s Primary School we have close links with our local church St Clement’s church. Please find a link to the local church website:

https://www.stclementschurchmanchester.org/

 

On their website they have information about the events that they hold and how to get in touch with them.

Leprosy Mission

 

Leprosy MissionCAN YOU HELP!!!! We collect used postage stamps!!!

It is hard to believe that a bunch of used stamps can help transform the life of someone affected by leprosy. But the fact is that it can!

Over the past 30 years, TLM Stamps & Collectables has raised more than £1 million to benefit people affected by leprosy. It takes seconds to rescue a used stamp from an envelope destined for the recycling bin but, by doing so, healthcare and opportunities can be provided to people in desperate need.

If you have any used postage stamps that you want to give towards the Leprosy Mission then please bring them into school.

 

 

Worship Team

 

 

Please find below pictures of Worship events that have taken place in school so for this term-

 

Night Shelter and St Clement’s Court Donations- Again this year we have been supporting the St Clement’s night shelter and St Clement’s Court. We have had lots of danotions and want to thank our parent/carers and children for the donations they were greatly appreciated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Carol Service– On Monday 16th December, our Year 5 & 6 pupils and staff attended the first community carol service held at St Clements Church. Along with pupils and staff from Abbey Hey, Varna, Higher Openshaw and Wright Robinson Schools, our pupils and staff were proud to welcome them to our church and it was a very successful event. We hope it will be the start of more community services at other times in the year too.

 

Poppy Appeal- Again this year we have supported the Poppy Appeal. The children did a great job at selling the poppies as every single poppy was sold. School raised £27.80 for the appeal.

 

 

Year 6 Remembrance Service at Abbey Hey Cenotaph- On Friday 8th November, our Year 6 class, Mrs St Hill, Mr Nield & Miss Naylor walked down to the cenotaph on Constable Street to think about all those who had lost their lives so we can live in freedom today.  They laid their hand made poppy crosses at the cenotaph, said prayers and played the last post. 

We are proud of how respectful are children were and hope other members of the community see their tributes. 

 

 

Reception Class Welcome Worship-On 24th October, we held our Welcome Worship for our reception class pupils and their families at school. 

The class performed a song for us all and received welcome gifts from the other classes.  We hope that our reception class children will be happy, grow in confidence and reach their full potential as they move through our school.

 

 

Thank Your Vicar Worship-On Wednesday 16th October, we thanked Reverends Paul and Tom for their hard work in school and in our local community.  We learnt more about what they do and each class gave them a thank you gift

 

 

 

Harvest- On Thursday 10th October, we held our Harvest worship in school.  At the last count we had collected 452 tins of vegetables, soup, beans etc for the Night Shelter at St Clements Church.  Wendy from the Night Shelter came to talk to us about her work at the Night Shelter and how our donations are gratefully received by the homeless people who attend each week.  

Thanks to those families and staff who donated and also to Miss Naylor for her organisation of our Harvest worship.