Category Archives: St Chrysostoms School

Which US States have four letters? A quiz evening at Church

ATOTC – which novel by Charles Dickens has these initials? The Quiz had begun. Teams from St Chrysostom’s School, St John’s School and St Chrysostom’s School competed in a fun quiz at Church. Food was shared, much laughter, entertaining questions, … Continue reading

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Busy, growing and vibrant – one person’s view of St C’s

Why do you enjoy coming to St Chrysostom’s? This is a good question to think about and it was great to hear four different people’s reasons when they spoke at Sunday Mass recently. We’d like to share their words. We … Continue reading

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Smile and the world smiles with you

What’s green and rides a horse? Alexander the Grape What do you call a dinosaur that plays football?  A Soccersaurus Two of the jokes children shared with us today, World Smile Day. Anne, Hannah, and Fr Ian had a lovely … Continue reading

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Miss Jones’ goodbye to St Chrysostom’s School

After six years work at St Chrysostom’s School Fay Jones, acting Head of School, leaves at the end of term to work as an educational consultant. We assure her of our prayers, wish her well in her new work and … Continue reading

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Remembering the Somme, Praying for Peace

The first day of the Battle of the Somme, in northern France, was the bloodiest day in the history of the British Army and one of the most infamous days of World War One. On 1 July 1916, the British … Continue reading

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The 1930s: Bicycles, sliced bread and the wireless

As Britain celebrates the Queen’s 90th birthday Kate, Parish Assistant, has been talking to a variety of people of our church and area about their childhood years in the different decades of the Queen’s life. In the entries for each … Continue reading

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“Love in action” – at our Confirmation

We were blessed with a fantastic Confirmation today, at Church.   Many children from St Chrysostom’s School came down to Church to encourage and support their friends. At lunchtime Bishop Mark began a visit of the school. He had a … Continue reading

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