⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Fantastic Fundraising from our Class for Trocaire ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Great Prizes to Win !!!
Cool Goal Keepers Gloves To Win 🏆
"Toasties For Trocaire"
Great Prizes To Win !!!
Including 2 x £10 Pizza Guys Vouchers !!! 🍕
Yummy Chocolate chip Pancakes 🍪
This year, Ash Wednesday, marking the beginning of Lent, falls on March 6th. Now is a good time for us to begin to pray about what it might be that the Lord is asking of us in the holy season:
Congratulations To Our Class being Confirmed with the Holy Spirit by Bishop Treanor. The service was beautiful at St Agnes. "Be Sealed with the Gift of the Holy Spirit"
What were Victorian poor and rich kid’s toys? Poor Victorian children mostly played with homemade toys like dolls, marbles and balls made of rags with some filler. Rich kids could afford manufactured toys like a rocking horse, train sets, puzzles and board games. Other popular indoor toys for wealthy kids were tea sets, toy soldiers and puppets. Those who had money could buy visually-stimulating toys such as kaleidoscopes and toys that created moving pictures. Popular board games included checkers, chess and Snakes and Ladders. Reading books was another favourite past time. They also played soccer at school, which was encouraged by teachers.
P7A are Preparing for Advent
Have a *Wonderful Christmas* and a Peaceful & Joyful 2019 from P7A
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