Children of Cottesmore St Mary Catholic Primary School,
all the staff would like to remind you how important you are.
Please remember to always dare to dream and always have hope.
When it rains, look for rainbows. When it's dark, look for stars.
Always follow your rainbow and always reach for the stars!
Please click on the image to see what the staff, and Jo from S Club 7, have to say to you...
Cottesmore St Mary Catholic Primary School would also like to say a huge thank you to everyone working for the NHS, and all other key workers, across the country. You are doing a fantastic job and it really is appreciated. Stay home. Stay safe. Save Lives.
Letter to Children (01/05/20)
Letters from Fr. Alexander (30/04/20)
Easter Letter to Children (10/04/20)
Letter to Children (27/03/20)
A video message from the children of St Christopher's (06/05/2020)
A video message from Mrs.Breen (22/04/2020)
Please email Mr Cutting email@example.com so that we can create our own Cottesmore Rainbow Wall.
We give thanks for all those who work for the NHS, to those who provide vital care to others, in addition to all other key workers who are helping to keep us safe and healthy.
Captain Tom Moore is a 99 year old veteran who should be an inspiration to us all. Captain Tom Moore has been a symbol of hope during challenging times and represents all the great qualities that we should celebrate. Captain Tom Moore had hoped to raise £1000 for NHS Charities Together by his 100th birthday, 30th April 2020, by walking 100 laps of his garden. This was despite needing a walker to help him move. His determination and resilience touched the hearts of so many, so much so that over £29 million was raised. He has been given The Pride of Britain award. What a super idea and a great story to motivate us to do something to help others.
'Bring it on Lockdown' Jam to help keep us smiling and dancing - Jack and Archie
Thank you the children in Year 6 who have created this helpful guide of things to do during school closure.
Click to link to the COVID KIDS website