LAUNCHED: Embrace the Poor Week at our Primary School (10th-20th May)

May 12, 2021

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Every year, the Primary School staff and students are involved in a week of activities organised by the Chaplaincy, revolving around the importance of reaching out to others.
Last year’s theme, Journeying Together, focused on the beauty of working and living together in the best way possible. During ‘We Care Week’, students and staff could come together to experience ‘journeying’ through acting for others.

Yesterday marked the launched of this year’s edition: EMBRACE THE POOR WEEK. By reaching out to the poor in the various parishes, our community aims to increase awareness about the poverty in our country, as well as the love of these brothers and sisters. Awareness of Poverty and Love for the Poor are therefore central to this year’s theme.

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Reach for the Stars  was also selected as the theme song for this week. The aim is to encourage the poor to ‘reach for the stars’ with our help; one day we might need the same help. Students will be practising the choreography, in preparation for a group celebration dance on the 20th May.

Food stuffs are also being collected for the various parishes, in collaboration with Caritas.

Stay tuned for more updates!

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