Last week we entered into October  – a month dedicated to the Holy Rosary.  Its a reminder that we can look to Mary not only as an example, but also as a friend who prayes with us when we need her the most.

Think about who you want to pray for at the moment and maybe take some time this week to come to pray with Mary.

  • This Thurday is Mental health awareness day.  Remember to accesorise your uniform with yellow to show your support!
  • Any sixth form students who are interested in the Lourdes pilgrimage, please can you come to Vicki’s office during Thurssay form time for key information.
  •  Well done to 9-JRE for the copper money challenge!
  • Year 7 and 12 will be celebrating their welcome mass this Wednesday at St. Philip Neri.  WelL done on a great start here at All Saints’!
  • Congratulations to the studetns who ran cross county last week and came 6th out 22 teams.  Well done to you all!


We start with the Sign of the Cross.

If you’re unsure of what the rosary is or why we use it for and during prayer, then never fear, you’ll be learning about it through this weeks collective worship!

We end by making the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.

The word rosary comes from Latin and means a garland of roses, the rose being one of the flowers used to symbolise the Virgin Mary. If you were to ask what object is most emblematic of Catholics, people would probably say, “The rosary, of course.”

Luke 1:38

So Mary said, “Yes, I am a servant of the Lord; let this happen to me according to your word.” Then the angel departed from her.

This piece of scripture highlights how Mary never said ‘no’ to God.

Are you guilty of saying ‘no’ to things. ‘No’ to knew opportunities, ‘no’ to new friends, ‘no’ to helping around the house, ‘no’ to God?

Take a minute to think about how you can be more like Mary and say ‘yes’ to all of the opportunities given to you.


We end with the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.

Praying the Rosary can give us an opportunity to build upon and strengthen our community. Often, before we pray the rosary we can give our intentions, this is when we decide who we would like to pray for.

Is there anyone or a group of people who you would like us to remember in our prayers this week? This can be an individual, such a s sick relative or a group of people, such as those who are suffering across the world due to the refugee crisis.

Write the names of those people who you would like remembered in our prayers in the comment box below and your intentions will be offered up during our school mass.

We end with the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.

Today is Mental health awareness day.

Take a moment in your form groups to consider the following questions:

  • How can you help those around you?
  • How can you be the support that someone needs?

We end with the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.

As always we take time in our week to listen to Sunday’s Gospel.

All Saints’ student Samreet Padda reads us this week’s Gospel.

We end with the Sign of the Cross.

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