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The Divine Mercy

Roman Catholic Primary School

‘with Jesus in our hearts and the Children at the centre, we welcome and reach out to our diverse community in the Christian Spirit’
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GIFT Chaplaincy Team

Our GIFT Chaplaincy Team comprises 2 children from each class from Year 1 to Year 6. The GIFT Chaplaincy Team provides support for our teachers and children, by helping to develop the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of all pupils across the curriculum. The GIFT team Chaplaincy is led by Mr Mitchell, we meet weekly. 

 

GIFT Chaplaincy Team members assist with the delivery and development of the prayer life of the school by supporting assemblies, leading daily class prayer times & collective worship. We have our own display board in school which we take responsibility for, by creating work to share prayers, reflections and information about the religious life of our church and school throughout the year. 

 

The GIFT Chaplaincy Team generates ideas of ways in which our school can support local, national and international charities, such as Caritas in the Diocese of Salford, and Cafod. They also support gathering evidence to promote our Divine Mercy School Beatitudes.

 

Year 6 and Year 5 GIFT Chaplaincy Team commissioning at St Peter’s High School - Friday 28th February 2020. The children then prepared an assembly to deliver to their fellow GIFT Chaplaincy Team and the whole school to explain the history behind the GIFT Chaplaincy Team.

A sad farewell to our year 6 GIFT Team members, a lovely card from our Chair of Governor’s plus a personal gift and card from our RE Leader.

GIFT team leading the school in writing letters to Boris Johnson to support Global Refugee Week, a great example of our school beatitude, "Campaign for what is right". We also learnt a new “Welcome” song that we sang for the week.

GIFT Team helping Mr Luke our great gardener to take care of our Prayer Garden, a lovely example of our TDM Beatitude "Love and respect ourselves, each other and God's world".

GIFT Team helping to design how we can improve our outdoor hut with religious artefacts.

GIFT team giving out "The Divine Mercy Hope Pebbles" in their classes.

GIFT Team decorating the school for Lent

GIFT Team changing class holy tables to link to the liturgical calendar

Class GIFT teams managing our Advent CARITAS Cornerstones collection, giving out 5Ws certificates for our 5Ws Advent Calendar and selecting where to put up their class Advent calendar.

The GIFT team with our Remembrance Day Poppy displays.

GIFT Team leading Collective Worship in their class.

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