Guardian Angels Catholic Primary School

Guided by the teachings of the Church we pray, work, celebrate, and care for each other and other people using the gifts we have been given by the God the Father, Son and Spirit.


Our Parish

At Guardian Angels Catholic School we strive to work in close partnership with Church and our local parish.  We aim to lead our pupils to living an active faith by developing their awareness of;

  • God's presence in their lives.
  • Through helping them to know and love God.
  • To respond to the invitation to enter into a personal relationship with God through reflection, prayer, worship and celebration. 

Our School Community 

At Guardian Angels Primary School we believe that being a part of a community is very important. All members of our school community are committed to embrace all, within the wider community, by working in partnership with others, beyond the schools walls to as far as we can reach.  We are committed to establishing educational links that enrich the learning experience of our school community and make tolerance, understanding, compassion and action for others a priority. 

The Local Community

We aim to share what our school is about by making positive and sustainable connections between members of the community and creating shared access to a community skills, interests & resources.

Pensioner's Tea

On the last Thursday of each month, our school hosts an afternoon tea for the elderly of our local community.  

We held our annual OAP Christmas Dinner this year, which was another success! The elderly members of our parish enjoyed socialising with their friends as well as a delicious Christmas lunch.

The children made Christmas hats and masks and happily paraded round the hall showing the pensioners.  Prizes were awarded for the most creative designs.

2017 OAP Christmas Dinner

All of the children were eager to win the prize!

Serving Christmas lunch to the elderly members of our community.  

The children visited the residents at Briarscroft Residential Care Home.  The children sang Christmas carols and brought joy to the lives of the elderly.

The residents at the home received an early Christmas present, when they were joined by our school choir.   

Two very happy ladies enjoying each other's company!

The elderly members of our local parish enjoying the parade.  

A good excuse for a chat. 

A time to socialise with parishioners, neighbours and friends.