Reception attended their first Mass as pupils of Corpus Christi.
Their Year 5 buddies accompanied the children and were excellent role models. Well done to all of our Reception children for participating and displaying wonderful behaviour. We are very proud that you have joined our school and parish family.
The Reception classes had a fantastic time raising money at our Macmillan Coffee Morning.
Everyone enjoyed tasting lots of different biscuits and cakes with their grown-ups and Year 5 buddies.
Thank you to everyone for coming.
We raised over £150.
Corpus Christi has donated 40 shoe boxes of gifts to the Ukraine this year to help those less fortunate than ourselves celebrate Christmas.
Make someone happy this Christmas.
On a cold November evening after school some of our pupils from Years 5 and 6 competed in the Sports Hall Athletics Shield event at Corpus Christi Catholic College. They competed against other local primary schools and after a very tight competition the pupils from Corpus Primary emerged as winners of the shield. We were so proud of them all, well done everyone!
As part of our time looking at Other Faiths, Classes 6 and 7 paid a very interesting visit to a Leeds Synagogue to learn more about Judaism. The leaders at the Synagogue were very impressed with the pupils' knowledge about another world religion. The leaders said the children had been 'delightful' and they had thoroughly enjoyed having them there.
Well done children!
You were really excellent
Corpus Christi is really proud to announce that our school has been awarded the â€˜MindMate Friendly' status. As a school we have been recognised for the fantastic work that we do based around Social, Emotional and Mental Health.
Congratulations and thank you to everyone who has contributed to this success!
On 25th October Mrs Walsh attended the Year 11 Award Ceremony held at Corpus Christi Catholic College. She was exceptionally proud of how many of our past pupils were nominated and won awards for Art, English, Maths, Sports, Vocational Studies, Student Leadership and the Principal's Award (Boys). It just proves, as we always say to our children, "You can achieve anything that you want to be with hard work and a positive attitude." They have continued to build on the foundations of all they have learnt at Corpus Primary. We are very proud of each and every one of them and wish them every success for the future.
The Big Sing Liturgy Thing
On Thursday Year 6 attended â€˜The Big Sing Liturgy Thing' with eight other Catholic schools.
The event was held at St. Theresa's Primary School and was a full day of worship through singing, dancing and praying leaving everyone feeling joyful and exhilarated.
Each child received a wooden cross to remember the day.
On Thursday a visitor from CAFOD came to talk to the pupils about the work the charity does. Mrs Fletcher encouraged the children to participate in the 'Brighten Up' non-uniform day on Friday to raise funds for children around the world.
Corpus Christi raised £300.00
Well done everyone!