Our aim is to enable each individual child to develop their full potential, using the talents that they have been given and to recognise their own worth as well as their role within our wider community.
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Red Nose Day
Year of Mercy
Who is my neighbour?
Seeing the great need for mercy and healing in the world, Pope Francis has called for the Year of Mercy. This is special period, also known as a Holy Year or
Jubilee Year,for the Catholic Church. It is a time for the Church across the world to take a year to focus on forgiveness and healing in a special way.
The Year of Mercy is an invitation to show love, kindness, and unbounded generosity. Pope Francis is offering us all the opportunity to encounter the incredible
mercy of God. Encountering mercy means encountering God. It can transform our life, our relationships, our work, and our ability to embrace and experience all of life.
Pope Francis has asked us all as individuals and as a Church to be a witness of mercy by reflecting on and practising the spiritual and corporal works of mercy.
Beginning on 8 December 8 2015, the Holy Year of Mercy will focus on studying and reflecting on mercy, receiving mercy, and being merciful towards others.
Welcome from Mr Curran
I hope you enjoy browsing our website and begin to see what St. Bede's Primary is all about. Please feel free to come and see us in person too, you will be more than welcome.
St. Bede's R.C. Primary School is situated in Washington in the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle. We are an average sized school and cater for 30 children in each year group, as well as having 26 places in Nursery, which is open on a morning.