Sunday 3rd December marks the beginning of Advent, which is the Church’s season to prepare for the birth of Christ. A common practice in the Catholic Church for this season of preparation is the Advent Wreath that includes four candles. A new candle is lit on each of the four Sundays of Advent. The colour to symbolise Advent is purple, and Advent is seen as a time for preparation, anticipation and hope.
Christmas will be upon us before we know it! While it can be easy at this time of year to get caught up in the hype of Christmas trees, presents, food and parties, it is important to take the time to remember what the Christmas season is truly about – the birth of Jesus. We have captured this in our hay bale outside the school, which features a nativity scene. Thank you to the talented Mrs Colvin and Mrs Roth for their hard work in putting this together.
Please find more photos from the Fete in the current newsletter.
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