St Peter's Roman Catholic Primary School

  1. About Us
  2. Our Mission
  3. Catholic Social Teaching

Catholic Social Teaching

 


As a Catholic school we believe part of our mission is to reach out to those who are vulnerable and needy. We are passionate and committed to fundraising for charities; locally, nationally and internationally! 

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2022 we donated - £75 for the sunflower appeal

2021 we donated - £50 for the sunflower appeal



2021 we raised - £297.05 for Caritas Christmas Jumper Day

£765.32 for Carita Afghanistan Refugee cake sale

 

2019 we raised - £311 plus donated boxes and boxes of items for the Caritas Cornerstones food bank.



2021 - £191 for the Marl Pits Running Track



2022 we raised - £745.57

2020 we raised - £229

2019 we raised - £213.30 (raised by Max)

2018 we raised - £250 

2017 we raised - £75.18 (raised by Max and Lexi)

2016 we raised - £140.00

2015 we raised - £134.89

2014 we raised- £85.40

2022 we raised - £2886 (of this the children chose 5 charities to send £300  Rossendale Hospice, Derian House Childrens Hospice, Jack's Club, Caritas Ukraine Appeal, Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary)

The remaining £1386 went to St Joseph's Penny

2021 we raised - £1596.92 for St Joseph's Penny

2020 we raised - £2968.89 (of this the children chose 5 charities to send £320  Dementia Friends, Rossendale Hospice, Rossendale Rays, Caritas, Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary)

The remaining £1368.89 went to St Joseph's Penny

2019 we raised - £2291.85 (of this the children chose 5 charities to send £250  Rossendale First Responders, Bleakholt Animal Sanctuary, Rossendale Hospice, Macmillan Cancer Support, Derian House Childrens Hospice)

The remaining £1041.85 went to St Joseph's Penny


2018 we raised - £1740.71
2017 we raised - £1642.45
2016 we raised - £1422.61
2015 we raised - £1247.69
2014 we raised - £1010.23



2022 we raised - £338.68



Every year we also fundraise to donate at least £200 to the Holy Innocents Children's Hospital in Uganda as it is linked to our Former Parish Priest.

Care for our Common Home

As a Catholic community we respond to Pope Francis and Bishop John’s profound invitation to everyone on the planet to Care for our Common Home – God’s gift of creation, all people and all creatures. Our children are encouraged to recycle, preserve energy and protect and show love to their environment both within and outside of school. Over the last few years 100s of our children have been awarded a Caritas certificate for their endeavours to follow the vision of the Pope and our Bishop.