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 House Teams

Our House Teams are selected at the end of each academic year by our Year 6 class

St Anthony

St Anthony was born in Portugal in 1195 to a wealthy family, yet he felt called to the priesthood and chose a life of poverty. At the age of fifteen he travelled to the capital of Portugal to study to become a priest. After his ordination, he lived at an abbey and was responsible for taking care of visiting guests.  

His Feast Day is June 13th. 


St Chad

St. Chad, often called St. Chad of Mercia, was a bishop born in the year 634 in Northumbria. St. Chad had a brother named Cedd, who is also a saint. He and his brother are credited together with introducing Christianity to the Mercian Kingdom. 

His Feast Day is March 2nd 





St Cecilia

St Celia became the patroness of music and musicians, it being written that, as the musicians played at her wedding, Cecilia "sang in her heart to the Lord". According to a late 5th-century legend, she was a noble Roman who, as a child, had vowed her virginity to God. When she was married against her will to the future saint Valerian, then a pagan, she told him that an angel of God wished her to remain a virgin. 

Her Feast Day is November 22nd 

St Hermione 

St Hermione was born in Cæsarea and was one of the four daughters of Saint Philip the Evangelist.  She was well known as a "great healer" and founded the first Christian hospital in Ephesus.

Feast Day is September 4th