Thursday 16th July
Farewell Year 6
Today we say goodbye to our beautiful Year 6 children. We are so proud of the way they have kept going and risen to all the challenges they have faced this year. We will miss their steady determination. Thank you for making us smile.
They have made this film to share their talents; a few of their final thoughts and some memories from years past. Get the tissues ready!
Father Solomon will be opening the church for Mass on Sunday at 11am. Visitors must wear masks and follow the one way system. Children must have a parent with them. There will be stewards to show you where to sit and what to do.
Here is a video showing you how the church will be different to keep us safe.
You can also join in mass with Father Tim from St Chad’s Cathedral each Thursday at 9.30am by clicking here and scrolling down to the Live Stream link.
You can read the Parish Newsletter here.
Over the holiday our Monday food deliveries will continue. Watch out for texts to let you know when to collect.
Need a Chat?
If you need help with anything else you can pop in and have a chat on a Monday, or leave a phone message or email.
You can also contact our Family Support Worker, Jenny Ransome on 07551152813
Thank you to all the parents who have signed up for SQUID to pay dinner money. If you are having problems try this video about registering.
This video will show you how to add money to your account.
Term Dates Next Year
You can see next year’s term dates here. The children retrun to school on Wednesday 2nd September. St Vincent’s holidays will be slightly different to other Birmingham schools next year as we will be having a special Easter Celebration. This means a short Easter Holiday and a longer May half term holiday.
Black Lives Matter
Archbishop Bernard Longley has asked us to share with you the Bishops’ Statement on Racial Justice in response to the evil of racism and the brutal killing of George Floyd. You can read the letter here:
Teachers Telling Stories
Settle down and listen to your teachers reading some of their favourite stories here. There are new chapters and stories all the time so keep checking. ……….and now you can tell us what else you’d like us to read on a special request form!
For free, safe, anonymous help for young people with mental wellbeing, you can contact Kooth online.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs Puar at email@example.com
We know that some parents have lost income due to the lockdown. Any parents who need financial advice please see Mrs Bailey’s help page here.
Mrs Bailey will also be happy to give advice by email during working hours. firstname.lastname@example.org
See our photo gallery on the Events blog here