Catholic Life

Our Catholic Life was judged as Outstanding at our Section 48 inspection on 21st June 2018. S48 Holy Family Worksop 21.06.18

Pupils at Holy Family Catholic Primary School contribute and benefit from the provision we offer whilst leaders and governors promote, monitor and evaluate this provision.

The provision ensures that children develop a respect for themselves and others. They behave well and are considerate and caring. By the time they leave our school we aim to ensure that children show an understanding of the need to forgive, be forgiven and understand right and wrong.

Children are regularly involved in promoting our mission within the community. They are happy, confident and secure in their emotional and spiritual growth. Through our work children have developed an understanding of the importance of using their gifts in the service of others.

“Over the last 18 months there has been an absolute clarity of mission which my child can articulate clearly through the promises. Aspects of Catholic practice such as prayers and understanding the mass have been developed and strengthened. There are lovely ways for parents to be involved in the Catholic life of the school eg. pilgrimages. Most importantly, my child feels loved and valued at school- aware that he will be looked after and helped whenever needed, it is this love and care which I think underpins the Catholic ethos of a school community.” 

Parent 23/1/2018

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