St Philip's Catholic Primary School

St Philip's Catholic Primary School
High Street, New Town
Uckfield, East Sussex TN22 5DJ

Tel: 01825 762032  /  Fax: 01825 748706
Email: office@stphilips.e-sussex.sch.uk

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Dear St Philip's Families, We are already in December. I am sure that we are all glad that 2020 is drawing to a close. As we take pleasure in the twinkling lights of Advent, we can hopefully look forward to a brighter 2021. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We are already in December. I am sure that we are all glad that 2020 is drawing to a close. As we take pleasure in the twinkling lights of Advent, we can hopefully look forward to a brighter 2021. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Well, this is not the start to the year we were expecting! After a wonderful first day back at school, with all the staff and 93% of the children back, at 8.00 that evening we found out we were restricting access again. Staff immediately rose to the challenge of completely reorganising the school once more. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Well, this is not the start to the year we were expecting! After a wonderful first day back at school, with all the staff and 93% of the children back, at 8.00 that evening we found out we were restricting access again. Staff immediately rose to the challenge of completely reorganising the school once more. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We are glad to be at half term and another week closer to school fully reopening. We know no more than you on when or what this will look like and we are hoping for some news on 22nd February. As soon as plans are announced we will let you know. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We are glad to be at half term and another week closer to school fully reopening. We know no more than you on when or what this will look like and we are hoping for some news on 22nd February. As soon as plans are announced we will let you know. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We are really looking forward to welcoming you all back on Monday. It's been a horrible year for everyone and hopefully Monday will be a big milestone in our return to the things we enjoy in life. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We are really looking forward to welcoming you all back on Monday. It's been a horrible year for everyone and hopefully Monday will be a big milestone in our return to the things we enjoy in life. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The sun has been shining and we are heading towards a more normal existence. It is wonderful to feel such hope as we head to the joyful celebration of Easter. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The sun has been shining and we are heading towards a more normal existence. It is wonderful to feel such hope as we head to the joyful celebration of Easter. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely Easter and enjoyed some time with your families. The first weeks of term seem to have flown by and the children have been very busy here at St Philip's. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely Easter and enjoyed some time with your families. The first weeks of term seem to have flown by and the children have been very busy here at St Philip's. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, It has been a busy hive of activity in school for the last two weeks – so much better than last year! Catholic Life Yesterday was the Feast of the Ascension, the fortieth day after Easter Sunday, which commemorates the Ascension of Christ into heaven. Usually we would celebrate with a Mass altogether, although this was impossible this year. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, It has been a busy hive of activity in school for the last two weeks – so much better than last year! Catholic Life Yesterday was the Feast of the Ascension, the fortieth day after Easter Sunday, which commemorates the Ascension of Christ into heaven. Usually we would celebrate with a Mass altogether, although this was impossible this year. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We have arrived at half term and the sun has started to come out! It has been a wonderful achievement to have completed a whole half term with all our children in school. It definitely feels as if we are edging back to normality. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We have arrived at half term and the sun has started to come out! It has been a wonderful achievement to have completed a whole half term with all our children in school. It definitely feels as if we are edging back to normality. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Catholic Life In our assemblies we have been looking at the gospel of Matthew 5: (21-26). We then discussed how to fall out in the right way. We explored whether we were a teddy bear, a shark, a turtle, an owl or a fox! Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Catholic Life In our assemblies we have been looking at the gospel of Matthew 5: (21-26). We then discussed how to fall out in the right way. We explored whether we were a teddy bear, a shark, a turtle, an owl or a fox! Continue reading
Catholic Life Last week was 'Little Way Week'. Children learnt about the life of St Therese de Liseux. Therese wanted to be a missionary, but her health prevented her from doing this. With age she understood that very few of us are called to make big and radical gestures, but that through small, loving actions we too can deliver God's love to the world. Continue reading
Catholic Life Last week was 'Little Way Week'. Children learnt about the life of St Therese de Liseux. Therese wanted to be a missionary, but her health prevented her from doing this. With age she understood that very few of us are called to make big and radical gestures, but that through small, loving actions we too can deliver God's love to the world. Continue reading
Catholic Life Last week was 'Little Way Week'. Children learnt about the life of St Therese de Liseux. Therese wanted to be a missionary, but her health prevented her from doing this. With age she understood that very few of us are called to make big and radical gestures, but that through small, loving actions we too can deliver God's love to the world. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Catholic Life The Feast of All Saints takes place in half term. We explored this Holy Day in assembly today, discussing how each person has things that they are good at and also things that they find difficult. Each person is unique – there is no one quite like each of us in the whole world. Our Mission statement reminds us that, "We value everyone as unique children of God. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Catholic Life The Feast of All Saints takes place in half term. We explored this Holy Day in assembly today, discussing how each person has things that they are good at and also things that they find difficult. Each person is unique – there is no one quite like each of us in the whole world. Our Mission statement reminds us that, "We value everyone as unique children of God. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Catholic Life The Feast of All Saints takes place in half term. We explored this Holy Day in assembly today, discussing how each person has things that they are good at and also things that they find difficult. Each person is unique – there is no one quite like each of us in the whole world. Our Mission statement reminds us that, "We value everyone as unique children of God. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Another two weeks have passed, as we continue our journey towards Advent. School has really settled into the normal rhythm of life now and it is fantastic to see the great learning the children are doing in class. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Another two weeks have passed, as we continue our journey towards Advent. School has really settled into the normal rhythm of life now and it is fantastic to see the great learning the children are doing in class. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, Another two weeks have passed, as we continue our journey towards Advent. School has really settled into the normal rhythm of life now and it is fantastic to see the great learning the children are doing in class. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had an enjoyable half term and managed to survive the storms without too much damage. We have sustained some damage to our roof and gained the roof from the council buildings in our forest area! Luckily, Mr Marsh was able to make the forest area safe to use and our builders are prioritising our roof for repair. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had an enjoyable half term and managed to survive the storms without too much damage. We have sustained some damage to our roof and gained the roof from the council buildings in our forest area! Luckily, Mr Marsh was able to make the forest area safe to use and our builders are prioritising our roof for repair. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had an enjoyable half term and managed to survive the storms without too much damage. We have sustained some damage to our roof and gained the roof from the council buildings in our forest area! Luckily, Mr Marsh was able to make the forest area safe to use and our builders are prioritising our roof for repair. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had an enjoyable half term and managed to survive the storms without too much damage. We have sustained some damage to our roof and gained the roof from the council buildings in our forest area! Luckily, Mr Marsh was able to make the forest area safe to use and our builders are prioritising our roof for repair. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The children have been very busy learning through lots of fun activities and it has been wonderful to have a buzz of excitement in the school for the first Spring term in 3 years. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The children have been very busy learning through lots of fun activities and it has been wonderful to have a buzz of excitement in the school for the first Spring term in 3 years. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The children have been very busy learning through lots of fun activities and it has been wonderful to have a buzz of excitement in the school for the first Spring term in 3 years. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The children have been very busy learning through lots of fun activities and it has been wonderful to have a buzz of excitement in the school for the first Spring term in 3 years. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely Easter and enjoyed some time with your families and maybe even managed to get away! The first week of term seems to have flown by and the children have been very busy here at St Philip's. The children look very smart in their summer uniform and I would like to thank you all for supporting the school's uniform policy so wholeheartedly. Please could we remind you that children should be wearing shoes that securely fit to their feet to enable them to use the play equipment. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely Easter and enjoyed some time with your families and maybe even managed to get away! The first week of term seems to have flown by and the children have been very busy here at St Philip's. The children look very smart in their summer uniform and I would like to thank you all for supporting the school's uniform policy so wholeheartedly. Please could we remind you that children should be wearing shoes that securely fit to their feet to enable them to use the play equipment. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely Easter and enjoyed some time with your families and maybe even managed to get away! The first week of term seems to have flown by and the children have been very busy here at St Philip's. The children look very smart in their summer uniform and I would like to thank you all for supporting the school's uniform policy so wholeheartedly. Please could we remind you that children should be wearing shoes that securely fit to their feet to enable them to use the play equipment. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely Easter and enjoyed some time with your families and maybe even managed to get away! The first week of term seems to have flown by and the children have been very busy here at St Philip's. The children look very smart in their summer uniform and I would like to thank you all for supporting the school's uniform policy so wholeheartedly. Please could we remind you that children should be wearing shoes that securely fit to their feet to enable them to use the play equipment. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, As we continue our Easter journey, the sun has started to shine and we are reminded of the joy of the Resurrection. "For my Father's will is that everyone who looks to the Son and believes in him shall have eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day". (John: 6: 40) Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, As we continue our Easter journey, the sun has started to shine and we are reminded of the joy of the Resurrection. "For my Father's will is that everyone who looks to the Son and believes in him shall have eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day". (John: 6: 40) Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, As we continue our Easter journey, the sun has started to shine and we are reminded of the joy of the Resurrection. "For my Father's will is that everyone who looks to the Son and believes in him shall have eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day". (John: 6: 40) Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, As we continue our Easter journey, the sun has started to shine and we are reminded of the joy of the Resurrection. "For my Father's will is that everyone who looks to the Son and believes in him shall have eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day". (John: 6: 40) Continue reading
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Dear St Philip's Families, It has been a quieter time in school, as we start assessments. The children have been marvellous at being extra quiet around the school and everyone has been working very hard. Continue reading
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Dear St Philip's Families, It has been a quieter time in school, as we start assessments. The children have been marvellous at being extra quiet around the school and everyone has been working very hard. Continue reading
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Dear St Philip's Families, It has been a quieter time in school, as we start assessments. The children have been marvellous at being extra quiet around the school and everyone has been working very hard. Continue reading
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Dear St Philip's Families, It has been a quieter time in school, as we start assessments. The children have been marvellous at being extra quiet around the school and everyone has been working very hard. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely half term and enjoyed the extra Bank Holiday in the sunshine. Catholic Life Thursday 26th May was St Philip's Day. The children enjoyed learning about our Patron Saint, St Philip Neri. He was born in Florence on July 21, 1515. From a very young age, Philip was known for being cheerful. He easily caught others' attention with his warm personality and incredible sense of humour. The children enjoyed learning about St Philip in PC groups and enjoyed telling jokes on St Philip's day too! Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely half term and enjoyed the extra Bank Holiday in the sunshine. Catholic Life Thursday 26th May was St Philip's Day. The children enjoyed learning about our Patron Saint, St Philip Neri. He was born in Florence on July 21, 1515. From a very young age, Philip was known for being cheerful. He easily caught others' attention with his warm personality and incredible sense of humour. The children enjoyed learning about St Philip in PC groups and enjoyed telling jokes on St Philip's day too! Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely half term and enjoyed the extra Bank Holiday in the sunshine. Catholic Life Thursday 26th May was St Philip's Day. The children enjoyed learning about our Patron Saint, St Philip Neri. He was born in Florence on July 21, 1515. From a very young age, Philip was known for being cheerful. He easily caught others' attention with his warm personality and incredible sense of humour. The children enjoyed learning about St Philip in PC groups and enjoyed telling jokes on St Philip's day too! Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, I hope you all had a lovely half term and enjoyed the extra Bank Holiday in the sunshine. Catholic Life Thursday 26th May was St Philip's Day. The children enjoyed learning about our Patron Saint, St Philip Neri. He was born in Florence on July 21, 1515. From a very young age, Philip was known for being cheerful. He easily caught others' attention with his warm personality and incredible sense of humour. The children enjoyed learning about St Philip in PC groups and enjoyed telling jokes on St Philip's day too! Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The end of the summer term is always an incredibly busy time in school. We have had a multitude of events with still more to come! Catholic Life Year 6 attended the Good Shepherd Liturgy last week. This is an annual celebration of our Catholic schools in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. They learnt about the symbolism of the Sacred Heart and were guided in a Mass by Bishop Richard Moth. It was an uplifting and joyous occasion, after which they enjoyed a picnic in the grounds of Worth. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The end of the summer term is always an incredibly busy time in school. We have had a multitude of events with still more to come! Catholic Life Year 6 attended the Good Shepherd Liturgy last week. This is an annual celebration of our Catholic schools in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. They learnt about the symbolism of the Sacred Heart and were guided in a Mass by Bishop Richard Moth. It was an uplifting and joyous occasion, after which they enjoyed a picnic in the grounds of Worth. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The end of the summer term is always an incredibly busy time in school. We have had a multitude of events with still more to come! Catholic Life Year 6 attended the Good Shepherd Liturgy last week. This is an annual celebration of our Catholic schools in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. They learnt about the symbolism of the Sacred Heart and were guided in a Mass by Bishop Richard Moth. It was an uplifting and joyous occasion, after which they enjoyed a picnic in the grounds of Worth. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, The end of the summer term is always an incredibly busy time in school. We have had a multitude of events with still more to come! Catholic Life Year 6 attended the Good Shepherd Liturgy last week. This is an annual celebration of our Catholic schools in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. They learnt about the symbolism of the Sacred Heart and were guided in a Mass by Bishop Richard Moth. It was an uplifting and joyous occasion, after which they enjoyed a picnic in the grounds of Worth. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We are nearly at the end of another academic year. It has been great to return to a more normal rhythm of school life after two years of disruption. We have, as ever, been very busy at St Philip's and have lots of news. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We are nearly at the end of another academic year. It has been great to return to a more normal rhythm of school life after two years of disruption. We have, as ever, been very busy at St Philip's and have lots of news. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We are nearly at the end of another academic year. It has been great to return to a more normal rhythm of school life after two years of disruption. We have, as ever, been very busy at St Philip's and have lots of news. Continue reading
Dear St Philip's Families, We are nearly at the end of another academic year. It has been great to return to a more normal rhythm of school life after two years of disruption. We have, as ever, been very busy at St Philip's and have lots of news. Continue reading