The Saints were not Superhuman. They were people who loved God in their hearts, and who shared this joy with others. ‘
The School has chosen to name our classes with the names of Saints whom we feel represent the diverse culture of our School and which have special meaning for each class. The Saints Day for each class will be celebrated and children can wear their own clothes on that day and attend parish Mass if appropriate.
We commissioned an artist to work with the children to create pictures of each Saint to look over their classes – they have produced some fantastic work.
Saint CatherineMiss Ragheb - Year 2
Our class is named after Saint Catherine Laboure. We celebrate her Feast Day on 28th November.
Saint Catherine Laboure was a member of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent de Paul and a Marian visionary who relayed the request from the Blessed Virgin Mary to create the Miraculous Medal worn by millions of Christians, both Roman Catholic and Protestant.
Saint Vincent de PaulMrs Coles - Year 2
Saint Vincent de Paul
Our class is named after Saint Vincent de Paul. We celebrate his Feast Day on 27th September.
Saint Vincent de Paul was a French Roman Catholic Priest who devoted his life to serving the poor. He was renowned for his compassion, humility and generosity and is also known as the “Great Apostle of Charity”
Saint FaustinaMiss Navalle - Year 1
Our Class is named after Saint Faustina. We celebrate her Feast Day on 5th October.
Saint Faustina was a Catholic Nun born in Poland. Throughout her life, she had visions of Jesus and conversations with him which inspired the Roman Catholic devotion to the Divine Mercy of Jesus. The three main themes of this devotion are to ask for and obtain the mercy of God, to trust in Christ's abundant mercy and finally to show mercy to others.
Saint Martin de PorresMiss Shiner - Year 1
Saint Martin de Porres
Our class is named after Saint Martin de Porres. We celebrate his feast day on 3rd November.
Saint Martin de Porres was born in the city of Lima in Peru. He worked to help the poor and set up an orphanage and children's hospital. He is the Patron Saint of mixed race and black people, barbers, innkeepers, public health workers and all those seeking racial harmony.
Saint BernadetteMiss Galligan - Reception
Our class is named after Saint Bernadette. We celebrate her Feast Day on 16th April.
Saint Bernadette was born in Lourdes in France. She is the Patron Saint of shepherds and shepherdesses. She is remembered for looking after the poor and the sick.
Saint PeterMrs Kilyan - Reception
Our class is named after Saint Peter. We celebrate his Feast Day on 29th June.
Saint Peter was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus. He was a fisherman and became the first Pope.
Saint Francis of AssissiMrs Marchant - Nursery
Saint Francis of Assissi
Our class is named after Saint Francis of Assissi. We celebrate his Feast Day on 4th October.
Saint Francis was an Italian Roman Catholic friar and preacher. He is the Patron Saint of Italy and animals and the natural environment.