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Catholic Primary School

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Our Community and Partnerships

New Parent Meeting for Children in Reception

Easter Cards for our Parish Family

Year 4 have used their amazing printing skills to produce some beautiful Easter cards to share with our parish community on Easter Sunday. 

Visit to see the King and Queen Consort at Mansion House

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Harvest Donations

It was wonderful to see all the donations of food be taken to Stainforth Food Bank by members of the Care for Creation Team after our Harvest Mass. It was gratefully received by staff who work there, who will be able to spread the kindness of others to those in need and help others in our local community.

A Trip to Church!

The Chaplaincy Team enjoyed an afternoon trip to church to take all of the donations ready for the Harvest Mass.

Take a look at the generous offerings.

St Bernadette Relic Tour 2022

The children in year 5 and year 6 were honoured to take part in a once in a lifetime opportunity- to visit the relics of St Bernadette.

The children travelled to Doncaster on the bus and continued their Pilgrimage of Faith by visiting St Peter in Chains church where the relics had travelled to, all the way from Lourdes.

It was wonderful to hear that members of our community had contacted school to say how proud they were of how the children behaved and how polite they were.

Take a look at the video to join us on our journey.


St Bernadette Relic Tour 2022

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Family Jubilee Celebrations

Parents, carers, grandparents, aunties, uncles and family friends turned out in volume to support and celebrate with their children. All relatives enjoyed an afternoon tea and then settled for a treat, and what a treat they were in for. The children performed songs through the decades:

EYFS The Jubilee Song

1950s  Year 6 We’ll Meet again

1960s Year 5 Dancing in the street

1970s Year 2 Dancing Queen – ABBA

1980s Year 1 We are the champions by Queen
1990s Year 4 Wonderwall – Oasis

2000 Year 3 Sing, Gary Barlow and the Commonwealth Band feat. The Military Wives

By the end of the celebrations, everyone was on their feet singing and dancing. What a great way to celebrate the Queens Platinum Jubilee and to finish half term.

Parent Voice

Stainforth for All

We had a visit from a member of the 'Stainforth for All' team who came in and spoke to our KS2 children. Jordan was really impressed with our strong pupil voice and the different ideas that the children had for improving our local community. Lots of suggestions were made such as a swimming pool and a variety ways to improve the local park. We love making a difference for others at Holy Family!

Community Donations

Take a look at the very generous gifts donated by kind members of our community for our Summer raffle. All monies raised are being used to support us buying a school defibrillator, which will benefit the whole Stainforth community. 

Partnership Celebration Mass

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We recently attended a beautiful mass at 'The Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster' to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of our Catholic feeder school 'McAuley High School. Congratulations McAuley and thank you for inviting us to be a part of this occasion and creating this special memory for us all.

Easter Wishes

Children from all classes, made a beautiful Easter basket containing lovely Easter cards for the parish of 'Our Lady of Assumption' Church. The cards were given to different members of the Parish community on Easter Sunday. We hope everyone enjoyed receiving them as much as we enjoyed making them!

Making a Difference in the Community

A past Holy Family student was recently invited back to school to attend a our weekly celebration assembly to receive a very special award from the mayor and deputy mayor of Stainforth. The award was given in recognition of the positive contribution that was made to the lives of those that live locally, by designing plans with a view to improve the land use in the local area. We were all very proud of this wonderful achievement!