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The Rosary Catholic Primary School

The Rosary Apostles

Who are the Rosary Apostles?

At The Rosary Primary School, the Rosary Apostles is a group of pupils who lead by example and who carry out Jesus’ Mission in our school community.

As St. Teresa of Avila reminds us,
‘Christ has no body now on earth but ours,
No hands but ours,
No feet but ours,
Ours are the eyes through with which to see Christ's compassion to the world;
Ours are the feet with which he is to go about doing good;
Ours are the hands with which he is to bless people now’.
(adapted from the Prayer of St Theresa of Avila)

Our tasks include:

  • to help to lead charity work and fundraising throughout the school
  • to help to spread the faith by our example, not only within our own community, but also to work with our link school in Malawi
  • leading weekly Gospel assemblies

Read what three of our Apostles have written about our school:

The thing which makes our school Catholic is us. We make our school a Christian place of love by following in Jesus’ footsteps: we give time to others and help where we can too.
I like to coming to this school because all the staff and children are always so friendly, they always put a smile on my face. This is a safe place to be and a kind place to be.
My faith makes a difference to my daily life because I have learned about what Jesus taught and I try to do this in my life.
Hanna 5A

We follow in the footsteps of Christ and we respect each other as family. We care for each other because that is what Jesus taught us to do.
Ishwari 5B

At our school, we fundraise to help others who are less fortunate than us, such as the school in Mbabzi (Malawi), Cafod and Mary’s Meals.
I like coming to this school because everyone in the school is generous and kind. For example, when you trip over, someone is always there to help you and take you to the nurse’s office.
Our faith makes a difference to us because we are following in Jesus’ footsteps. We show love, kindness and humanity to all as Jesus did.
Kyle 6B