Alumni and bread
When a school has been operating for 160 years many things change and many stay the same.
Stories, opportunities and events come and go, but the faith, purpose and happy times of our school live on. A main thread was that the school meals were delightful then but are extra special now!
On Wednesday we had past students return to share on what life was like at St. Antony's when they were students here.
Our performing arts group shared the pieces that they will be performing for the Windrush unveiling ceremony later this month.
Thank you To Ms Robinson, Ms Morgan, Mr Andrew Corriette, Mrs Theresa Carvalho and Mr Dench who are all past students of St Antonys Catholic Primary school, They made the time to be here and share their personal experiences of life at St Antony's in their student days.
We are proud of you!
St. Antony is known for helping and being charitable. Giving food to people in need when he could but always sharing the food of life - Gospel Knowledge.
The story is told of a mule that gave worship and reverence to the blessed host at the command of St Antony.
On Wednesday our children made bread (Design and Technology, Science, Math) and different sandwiches (Shapes Colour Flavours) while talking about the importance of sharing. They loved it. I am hopeful that some of the newly baked bread will reach home.
WE are Proud of you!