I would like to welcome you to Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School website. At Our Lady’s we value each child as unique individual whose full potential can be developed in a community which has Christ at its heart.The school is built on British values that are rooted in Gospel values:
Humility - seeing life as a gift
Compassion - empathy
Kindness - gentleness
Justice- working for a fairer world
Forgiveness - reconciliation
Integrity - do what you say
Peace - committed to peace making, non violence
Courage - standing up for the truth
"GOD IS LOVE"
1 John 4:8
We are an inclusive school, serving the most vulnerable of our community whilst ensuring that all children reach their potential and are ready for their next stage of their learning. We welcome visits so we can show more about our ethos and values.
With best wishes.
Thank you to all, for CAFOD family fast day our School Chaplains asked our school families to help those in need in the community by donating to the local food bank. The food bank was very grateful. @PlymouthCAST @CAFODPlymouth @NDevonFoodbank
Wow, the chaplaincy team are proud to show that we have reduced our plastics from 3 bags to 1 and a half bags. Can we carry on this wonderful journey? Thank you Our Lady’s community. @PlymouthCAST @CAFODPlymouth @NDJournal @gogreenchalleng
Great start to our Chaplaincy work. We’ve collected the single use plastics from lunch on Friday and challenged the school to go plastic free next Friday. Let’s see how we do. @PlymouthCAST @CAFODPlymouth @NDJournal @gogreenchalleng
Puffin class had great fun on Friday completing the 'Captain Tom 100 Challenge' of collecting 100 natural objects from outside. @PlymouthCAST
It is so lovely to welcome the children back into school again today after they've enjoyed their Easter Break. The sun is shining and there are lots of happy faces in school.
Heron Class have been busy making Easter Gardens, showing the empty tomb in our wooded area, for Holy Week. @PlymouthCAST
Eagle Class have been writing prayers for Lent and reflecting on what is important to them at this time. They then made these prayers into palm crosses. They have also made Easter wreaths. Where they ordered the events of the story and Holy week. @PlymouthCAST
Our Puffin Class enjoyed making some lovely Easter Gardens yesterday. The sunshine helped too! @PlymouthCAST
Heron Class recreated Jesus washing the disciples' feet for Holy Week. @PlymouthCAST
Swallow Class have created a Garden of Remembrance for Holy Week. @PlymouthCAST