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The Wednesday Word Sunday scripture & prayer resource is unique.



  • aims to contribute to drawing families more closely to God and to each other 
  • promotes, upholds and enhances the Catholic ethos of our school
  • regularly shares the Gospel with all school parents, regardless of any professed faith or lack of it, whilst also acting as a regular, gentle, indirect invitation to the Church throughout the time that the family is connected to the school
  • is an effective starting point that helps avoid awkwardness in the many families where the tradition of coming together in prayer and reflection appear to have lapsed or never existed. The Wednesday Word aims to help all school families to develop Christ-centred relationships in the home - a proven way of developing loving family relationships

Please click on the link for this weeks Wednesday Word


Fr Gary invites all the chidlren (and parents) of St Rose to join in with the Easter Sunday mass.

The link (YouTube video) below will go live at 10.30am.

You can join in with the Hymns by following this link:

You can follow the mass by clicking here:                                                    

10.30 am Mass for Easter Day

Retreat Day: February 2020

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The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales have dedicated 2020 as a year of focus on the Bible and ‘The God Who Speaks’.
A year of celebrating, living and sharing God‘s word and an opportunity to enrich current practice and to develop and explore new ways of responding to ‘The God who Speaks’
OneLife Music (Dan & Emily) came to St Rose on Thursday 27th February to lead us through a retreat day with the usual fun, laughter, music and reflection. Inviting us to listen afresh to the word of God, challenging us fit scripture into our daily lives and encouraging us to celebrate, live and share God’s living Word.


Confirmation of our Year 6 children

Saturday 9th June 2018


Celebrated by Bishop Byrne


A lovely evening was shared by the children, parents and friends of

Our Lady & St Rose and St Peter’s as they came together to celebrate the Year 6 children's Confirmation.







The whole collaborated on creating our Stations of the Cross.

Since creating it not only have the children from our own school enjoyed the experience of walking in Jesus' footsteps but children from our QUAD schools have also been spiritually uplifted by the experience.

Stations of the Cross