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St Anne's Catholic

Primary School

Live, Love and Learn together with Christ.

Mini Vinnies

OUR LATEST FUNDRAISING EFFORTS

 

OUR SHOEBOX APPEAL

 

We will be launching details of this in Assembly, on the website and on Headlines, on Friday the 23rd November please look out for this.  We hope that everyone will support us with this very worthwhile campaign.

On Wednesday 12th December we will be entertaining the Forget Me Not group at St. Anne's Church at 10:45am.  We will be singing our songs from Christmas Movies and some traditional Carols also.  We have asked Year 6 to come along and join us.
Our litter pick was a great success.  We spent an hour cleaning up on Blackwood Road and around St Anne's Church and we were very pleased with our efforts.  Thank you to everyone who came along to support us.

Mini Vinnies is a Christian organisation which gets children to put their faith into action.  Members give support to people in their community, meeting them face to face and trying to help them in any way they can.

We meet every Wednesday from 3:30pm - 4:30pm in the old library.  All children from Year 5 and Year 6 are eligible to join. The group have discussed different activities/events that we would like to do for example:

Visiting elderly people

Helping at an animal rescue centre

"Streetly's got Talent or Streetly Come Dancing" we will perform for the elderly in our parish

Helping at the local food bank

Litter picking

Christmas gifts for less fortunate people

Volunteering at Birmingham Children's Hospital

Sleep Out for the homeless

 

 

 

We are currently organising a litter pick, which will be happening on Blackwood Road on Wednesday 24th October 2018.  As a group we decided to do this litter pick because we want to clean up our environment, and potentially save animals from harm as a result of this litter. 

 

We will be starting at 3:30pm and will continue until 4:30pm.  If anyone else wants to come and join us to clean our environment, then please come along with your parents.  Jesus teaches us to be a good neighbour, therefore we want to look after our neighbourhood and encourage others to do this also.

 

Starting point will be the school gate, we will walk to St. Anne's Church and back again.  All of those who help with the Litter Pick will receive a certificate for helping to make a difference.

 

Written by Molly Rose Byrne (10)

 

Preparing for our Litter Pick

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