An innovative programme focusing on assisting the development of liturgical music in our schools and parishes is now well underway. A number of schools in the Diocese have now already enjoyed staff PD sessions on liturgical music and many more have set future dates for these. The sessions, which are offered to all Diocesan schools, [...]
Parents, governors and friends roof the school packed St Clare’s School recently to watch a special assembly involving children from different age groups celebrating the Harvest.
With songs and hymns and readings from Scripture, the children led thanks for God’s bounteous harvest and reminded those assembled not just of the harvest but of all the wonders [...]
The Mike McCullagh Memorial Cup, which is awarded for ‘excellence’ in respect of entry to, and participation in, the diocesan football tournament the ‘Catholic Primary Schools Cup’ has been won this year by St Clare’s, Middlesbrough.
The cup was presented during a school assembly at St Clare’s a short time after the competition was held, much [...]
Parents, children, governors, teachers past and present, and parishioners turned out at St Clare’s School in Middlesbrough to welcome Bishop Terry, who celebrated Mass with Fr John Loughlin (parish priest) and Fr Gerard Robinson (former pupil) on the occasion of the school’s 40th anniversary.
Bishop Terry surprised everyone by revealing that he too was a former [...]
The 14th Annual Football Tournament for primary schools in the Diocese was held at St Mary’s Sports College, Cranbrook Avenue, Hull on Saturday 22nd May 2010. This was the fourth time that the event had been held in Hull (St Mary’s 02, 07 and 2010 and St Richard’s, Hull 1999).
As many people will know, this [...]
The foods brought in for the Harvest Celebration at St Clare’s School have been very kindly donated to the Mary Thompson Fund, which supports refugees and asylum seekers in the Tees Valley many of whom receive no other support.
Many, many thanks to Mrs Fall, and all the staff, governors, parents and children for their generous [...]