Our Lady and St Rose of Lima

Our Lady and St Rose of Lima Primary and Catholic School

Our School - Mrs S O'Meally
Head Teacher

Welcome to Our Lady & St. Rose of Lima Catholic Nursery and Primary School. Here at St. Rose, we welcome all our children into a happy, secure, nurturing environment. We are proud of the reputation that the school has for its high standards of achievement and strong, caring, community. At St. Rose we continue to cherish the school's vision for all our children and young people to be successful learners, confident individuals, effective contributors and responsible citizens - 'Learning, Living, Loving together in Christ'. Our school's curriculum is greatly enjoyed by our children and young people; being creative, challenging and adventurous, helping our children and young people to learn by experience and grow in confidence. St. Rose wants its children's time at the school to be one to be remembered and cherished!

Head Teacher Mrs Suzan O'Meally

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 We are in the second week of Lent and as part of our preparation for Easter, the children will be taking part in themed reflections. The reflections will focus on different aspects of our journey towards Easter, eg. Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday etc.  You are most welcome to come to any of the reflections. Please look out for times and dates on the weekly newsletter.



 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Our Lady & St. Rose of Lima Catholic

Primary & Nursery School

Here at St. Rose we welcome all our children into a happy, secure, nurturing environment. We are proud of the reputation that the school has for its high standards of achievement and strong, caring community.

We work together to ensure the school's vision for all our pupils; to learn by experience and grow in confidence becomes a reality and that the children's time here at St. Rose will be remembered and cherished.


Mrs Suzan O'Meally

Headteacher

  

 

  • democracy
  • the rule of law
  • individual liberty
  • mutual respect
  • tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs

 

Until now schools have been required to ‘respect’ these values, but as a result of changes brought in earlier in the year all schools must now have a clear strategy for embedding these values and show how their work with pupils has been effective in doing so.  Click Here to find out more about what we are doing in school.

World Book Day is fast approaching and we will be celebrating this day on Friday 06th of March 2015.

We invite children to come into school dressed up as their favourite book character. There is no particular theme this year, which gives the children the chance to share their personal choices for characters and books.

We would like the children to bring in a copy of the book that their character is from, if possible, as the children will get the chance to share their costume and their book with their classmates and hopefully inspire their peers to read a wider variety of books.

 

 

 

 

Celebrating 75 Years

"Learning, living, loving together in Christ."