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Jesus Christ, Son of Mary, Son of God, is the centre of

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House Saints

House Saints


The Bible uses the word ‘saints’ to mean all Christians (Romans 1:6-7). From the earliest times, Christians looked at good examples of other Christians, whose lives really showed the love of Christ. The lives of the Apostles were studied because it was believed they showed how a Christian should live. We use the role model of 4 saints to group our pupils. Pupils earn house points for the weekly competition and work within house groups for whole school events such as Sports Day.

St Joseph


Saint Joseph was a just man, a tireless worker, the upright guardian of those entrusted to his care. May he always guard, protect and enlighten families. ~ Pope John Paul II

The husband of Mary and the ‘foster father’ of Jesus is often said to be a “carpenter.”

We do know that Joseph was a good man who took his responsibility of caring for Jesus and Mary seriously. He said yes to this awesome responsibility and did not hesitate to move his family to keep them safe.

St Therese – The Little Flower


At the age of 14, on Christmas Eve in 1886, Therese had a conversion that transformed her life. From then on, her powerful energy and sensitive spirit were turned toward love, instead of keeping herself happy. At 15, she entered the Carmelite convent in Lisieux to give her whole life to God. She took the religious name Sister Therese of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face. Living a hidden, simple life of prayer, she was gifted with great intimacy with God. Through sickness and dark nights of doubt and fear, she remained faithful to God, rooted in His merciful love. She loved flowers and saw herself as the "little flower of Jesus," who gave glory to God by just being her beautiful little self among all the other flowers in God's garden. Because of this beautiful analogy, the title "little flower" remained with St. Therese.

St Bernadette


Saint Bernadette of Lourdes was best known as a saint who received visions from the Virgin Mary in a cave near Lourdes, France. Pope Pius XI canonized her as a saint in 1933.

Saint Bernadette of Lourdes was a saint born on January 7, 1844, in Lourdes, France. She received several visions from the Virgin Mary starting in 1858. When she reported these visions, civil authorities attempted to force her to recant her accounts. She refused, and word spread about the cave she had found with supposed miracle healing springs.

St Peter


Saint Peter, formally Simon, was renamed by Jesus – a sign that Peter was going to be one of the founders of the Christian Church. Peter was among the first disciples of Jesus. All four gospels tell a similar story of when Jesus saw Peter and his brother Andrew fishing and He told them to, ''Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.'' That was the beginning of a whole different life for Peter! Peter was one of Jesus’ closest friends and disciples – he followed Jesus with enthusiasm and zeal. However, he sometimes got it wrong. Jesus showed him that even though Peter might make mistakes, Jesus still loved him. Roman Catholics regard Peter as the first Bishop of Rome, or as the role is more commonly known, the Pope.

Jesus Christ, Son of Mary, Son of God, is the centre of

the Rosary Community where we live, love and learn together