Well done to everyone in Class 6 for their excellent Leavers’ Service. It was wonderful to hear all their memories, thanks and prayers. They’ve enjoyed reflecting on their experiences at Cathedral School over the past few years and it is safe to say that they will all take away special memories of their time here.
Well done Class 3 for leading Candlemas in the Cathedral so professionally on Wednesday. The prayers and reflections were very thoughtful and your confidence shone through. A fantastic first Cathedral service!
The Christmas Service was held at the Cathedral last week and was a lovely occasion. Year 5 led superbly and their production, ‘Christmas Praise’, was a triumph. Years 2-6 supported them so well with their singing and the younger years performed very confidently. Well done to everybody involved.
You can read about it in the newsletter.
Today was Class 3’s Candlemas service. It was the first time Class 3 had led a service in Southwark
They read some beautiful reflections and prayers. It was led superbly by the class.
Thanks to Miss Fishwick and Kim for putting the service together and helping Class 3 write their contributions.
The Christmas Service at the Cathedral was a wonderful occasion today, with all children in fine voice.
Year 5 led the service superbly and their performance of ‘Christmas Presence’ was extremely professional and full of joy. Sheila Wilson, the composer of the show, came to see it and thought it was amazing too. (Sheila also visited the school afterwards and thought it was fantastic).
Nursery, Reception and Year 1 sang extremely well, while the rest of the school supported Year 5 with ‘Christmas Presence’ with beautiful and harmonious singing. It was a highlight of the year and we thank all the children and staff for all their talent and dedication to it.
Today was our Harvest service in the Cathedral.
The school’s Easter service was at Southwark Cathedral today.
As part of it, Year 4 performed ‘Easter Praise’. It was such a professional show – the acting was superb with really memorable performances, the singing was beautiful and full of energy, and of course it was the first time Year 4 had done a musical like this which is a huge responsibility – and everyone thought it was terrific.
They were really confident throughout, and the story of the most important event in the Christian faith really shone through.
We were also delighted that the writer and composer of the show, Sheila Wilson, surprised us by paying us a visit. She told Year 4 that it was the best performance she had seen of this show. She said the performance was amazing and was bowled over by the quality of the production. It was really wonderful to meet her.