Category Archives: St Johns School

Creating a Herb Garden

Coriander, Lavender, Sorrel, Chives, Mint, Rosemary… all chosen for our new herb garden at Church. Year 6 children of both St Chrysostom’s and St John’s Schools joined together on a great community and church project at the end of their … Continue reading

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27,575 meals for Mary’s Meals

Thank you – to those who ran, baked, quizzed… and did other things to raise money for Mary’s Meals in May this year. We worked together through our schools, through church and in the community to raise money. Mary’s Meals … Continue reading

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Remembering Manchester

This has been a week of deep emotion, tragedy, and concern in Manchester. It has also been a week when we have seen courageous bravery, working together, and praying together. It has been a week when people from all around … Continue reading

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Running together for Mary’s Meals

Over forty people, of Christian, Muslim and other faith backgrounds gathered together in our local Birchfields Park on Sunday at 1pm to have a short fun run to draw attention to the wonderful work Mary’s Meals do for children in … Continue reading

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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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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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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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