Year 6 Leavers at School and Church and their Graffiti Wall
First Holy Commumion and Altar Servers presented with Medals
KS2 Keyboard and Choir Concert
Key Stage 2 Disco
Year 5/6 Art Lab
The times for the Summer Fair on Saturday have been changed so that it does not clash with the England Match. Come along and support the school before watching the Match.
KS1 Keyboard and Recorder Recital
KS1 Sports Day
KS2 Sports Day Winners Fire House
Poetry Slam Winners KS1 Miss Kerrigans Class, KS2 Mr Cosgroves Class. Finals at University of Reading in July Date to be confirmed.
Insect Hotel - Mrs Askers Class Project
Leavers Mass at Douai Abbey 15th June 2018
Mass in church on 8th June Mr K's class on Pyjama Day
World Book Day
KS1 Pyjama Day
Year 5/6 girls who took Part in primary schools tournament at JMA on Friday and came first in their group
Mrs Gooch class at Mass on Friday 19th January
Nativity The Three Kings
Nativity Dancing down the aisle
Nativity Mary and Joseph
Nativity The Shepherds
A Wriggly Nativity
Presents for Parents
Year 2 Nativity
What I would like to be when I grow up.
Football at Crossfields school
A Wonderful Harvest. Thank you.
Some of our pupils developing resilience at Ufton.
Cake sale in support of Macmillan Cancer Support was held on Friday 29th September and was a great success.
The Year 6 Graffiti Wall
Year 6 Performance
Leavers Mass on Wednesday 19th July was lovely, the children read well and sang beautifully
Year 5 had a Taster Day at JMA this week and had a great time. All lessons Science, Sport, Art and Drama were based around Harry Potter.
Back to The 60's
Our 50th Celebration was a huge success. Many thanks to James, Dina, Chris and all who helped to make this such a fantastic day for the children. One of the photos is of the Heads of the Catholic schools in Reading and another of Pat and John Rolt with Mr Cosgrove. 50 years ago Pat and john worked hard to get a Catholic School in Whitley and today came to see the results of their years of hard work.
This article written by Mrs Pat Rolt. Pat and her husband John worked hard 50 years ago to make sure that CTK was built.