Year 3 and 4's collective worship was delivered by Year 5 pupils visiting from Ss Peter and Paul, Yeadon
Amy from St. Mary's Horsforth visited The Palace of Westminster after being named the national runner up (Key Stage 1) in a poster competition.
Well done to every St. Mary's player!
Our schools' choirs take part in the Singing event – listen to how fantastic all the choirs sounded together!
You can see many informative tweets from Health Week on the Ss Peter and Paul Twitter account
It was a wonderful weekend. Well done Year 3!
'Quality private childcare for breakfast sessions, after school sessions and holiday care.'
Year 3 welcomed their Linking Schools partners from Brackenhill on Tuesday. All the children had a great day, enjoying time to talk together and learn more about each other.
Year 5 children at St Stephen’s, Skipton have enjoyed a four-day pilgrimage to Assisi.
The Catholic Life of the school and Religious Education Inspection, March 2017
The ten schools in The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust participated in the Bishop’s annual Good Shepherd Service at St. Anne’s Cathedral on Friday 19 May 2017.
Congratulations to all the children who received Jesus for the first time this weekend in Holy Communion.
Congratulations to all the children who made their First Holy Communion on Saturday 13 May, 2017. You were a credit to your families, school and parish.
St Mary's Teaching School are please to announce that we have been allocated a further 3 teacher training places for September 2017.
Watch the professionally produced video about Year 6's experience of the Peat Rigg Outdoor Training Centre.
You can now follow Ss Peter and Paul Yeadon on Twitter.
During Easter week there was an Egg decorating competition and an Easter Bonnet competition too.
Congratulations to Shelton Murape (Mathematics) and David Holmes (Physics) who have recently qualified under the School Direct Abridged route into teaching. They are the first students in the country to qualify as teachers on a Fast Track (August – April) route.
We had a wonderful afternoon on Friday 31 March when the whole school took part in a sponsored walk for the Good Shepherd appeal.
All of the money went to a charity called Water Aid, so children and adults who are not able to have clean healthy water will be able to.
On Thursday we had a talk from a lady called Sue, who worked for water aid. She told us that it takes £15 to give someone clean drinking water. With the money we have raised we have managed to give 213 people clean drinking water!