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Welcome to Open Doors

  24 May 2018

Since 2014 Manchester Art Gallery has been holding monthly autism friendly sessions on a Saturday morning aimed at children with autism and their families, features include: • Galleries open at 9.15 so you can experience the gallery at a quieter, calmer time • Artist led workshops and activities • Staff trained in Autism Awareness • A quiet room available for moments that might be a bit difficult The next session will take place on 26th May 9.15 – 11.15 am They are now extending.....Read More

Autistic Meet Up - Board Games at Fanboy 3

  24 May 2018

Autistic Meet Up - Board Games at Fanboy 3 second meet up at Fanboy 3! Date: Sunday 27th May Time: 10:00 - 12:00 BST   Venue: Fan Boy Three  25 Hilton Street Manchester M1 1EL New features: Traffic Light System for interaction. Green: I want to make friends and join in with you, please come and chat with me! Orange: Please do not approach me unless I have already spoken to you and given you permission. Red: Please do not initiate any interaction with me. We will have some gam.....Read More

Remembering Gracie McCall

  16 March 2018

Gracie was remembered during reflections this week as we mark a year since her passing. Thoughts and prayers from all of us here are with the family and friends of Gracie. All money raised during Lent will be donated to Kidscan in memory of Gracie.  

Help us Raise Donations, for Free!

  08 March 2018

Did you know that you can support our school by shopping online?  Every time you shop online via easyfundraising at one of the 3,300 retailers including John Lewis, Sainsbury’s and Booking.com, a donation will be made to us, and it won’t cost you an extra penny. It’s really simple to get started: Go to https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/stcuthbertsrcprimaryschool1/ Sign up for free Get shopping – your donations will be collected by easyfundraising and automatically sent to St Cut.....Read More

Message from the Headteacher

Dear Friends

The prayer of which Bishop John has always asked us to say is

“Stay with us, Lord, On our Journey”

This is so appropriate for all of us here in St. Cuthbert’s School Community as we embark on our special journey of making the school Outstanding. The prayer is written throughout the school and is a constant reminder and prompt that all that we do in serving this community is done with the help of the Lord.

May we be generous in embracing change and always be sensitive to one another as we take the next step on our Journey together with the Lord.

God Bless,