Prayer in colour

Our St. Philips stained glass window is made up of our intentions, prayers and love of all work that goes on throughout the school…

Over the past few weeks the Year 4 prayer and worship group have been looking at how colour can be a way of expressing our prayers. We started by using a colour sheet to understand the meanings of colours and this helped to us to be more specific with our prayer intentions. The prayer group then came up with their own prayers and intentions to contribute a piece of colour to our stained glass window. The group also created drawings of the key parts of St. Philips to be at the centre of our window.
We hope you like it!

World Book Day 2017

Today our pupils celebrated World Book Day! This year we asked pupils to design and make their own hat at home to represent their favourite book. The hats were absolutely superb! Thanks to all of the parents who helped out at home.

We value reading extremely highly at St. Philip’s and today was a day to celebrate that fact. Thank you for all the kind £1 donations, which will help less fortunate children around the world to experience the joy of reading.