Supporting Charities at 

St Catherine's

During the period of Lent we took part in many activities to raise money for chosen charities! So far we have raised an amazing £2600! Fantastic effort from everyone in our school community! Thank You! Here's some pictures to show how brilliant our pupils and staff are! A Huge Thanks to all who have supported the children!

Foundation Stage Sponsored Bike Ride 2017

To help raise money during Lent the Foundation Stage done a sponsored bike ride in the KS1 playground. We were able to bring our own bikes or scooters to school to take part. We also used our school tricycles to take part, it was lots of fun!

City Mission

The Faith and School Council helped to take many of our food offerings to City Mission to help those in the community who are vulnerable. They talked to us about who we help and showed us around.

Harvest Offerings

Visits to ‘The Resource Centre’ and ‘The Sanctuary’ at St Chad’s 2015

Once again  a huge thanks to all parents and pupils who donated food for the needy in our community. A selection of our Faith and School Council delivered all the food to both venues this week. Here is what they had to say: “

Raven “I learned all about asylum seekers and refugees at the sanctuary”

David “I enjoyed it when Andy took us round the Resource Centre and showed us round. He told us how the food was sorted by dates.”

 

Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Birmingham

 

 

 

Children in Need 2016

Congratulations to all our pupils. Parents and staff who managed to raise a whopping £417.16 by holding a cake sale and non- uniform day. We are all so proud of helping others who are in need.

Colton “I enjoyed giving the food to help poor people”

Joey “I thought it was a good place to store the food and other different things to give to the poor people”

Ibrahim “I learned how the asylum seekers can go to the sanctuary to get things they need”

 

 

 

 

Click on the links to explore the other charities that St Catherine's supports! Pictures and reports to come soon!

 

 

Father Hudson's Care