Welcome to St Angela House
Accept, Adapt, Achieve
‘Let your light shine’
Our motto is ‘Let your light shine’
The symbols on our house crest show our commitment to learning, peace, faith and making our dreams come true through perseverance.
Our values are to ACCEPT challenges, ADAPT to changes and ACHIEVE our goals.
Our house colour is Blue
Our mascot is a blue T-Rex!
Born 21st March 1474 in Italy
Feast Day January 27th (1540)
Became a Saint May 24th 1807
St Angela is the Patron Saint of
Those who are sick or disabled, those grieving the loss of parents and those seeking courage and determination
A member of St. Angela House is:
- Ambitious – we set high expectations for ourselves
- Resilient – when things don’t go so well, we keep on going
- Brave – we are open to challenges and not scared to make mistakes
- Honest – we tell the truth, even when it might seem hard
- Respectful – we recognise everyone’s right to dignity
- Supportive – we help each other through tough times
House Day is always something I enjoy. It gives us time to relax and is a good way to end the year. I enjoyed doing all the house activities but I especially like looking at the teacher’s baby photos. I had fun trying to guess which teacher they are, however, some were more difficult to guess than others.
But I enjoyed it the most when we heard that our house won!
I enjoyed the year group dance because it was so much fun!
I enjoyed looking at the teachers’ baby photos because it was fun to try guess who was who and it was exciting when we got a answer right.
I loved everything but if I had to choose I my favourite part would be the teachers’ baby pics because they shared their happy childhood moments with us which was quite good because this made us feel one and like a family i also liked the year group dance since it was fun and I enjoyed it a lot.
I enjoyed the dance it was fun and I enjoyed winning 🙂
It was really cool, we all had a lot of fun, and the coolest thing was seeing the pictures of the teachers when they were little.
Making the hairband was fun and seeing what the other classes had done with them as well.
I liked doing the teacher’s baby quiz because it was interesting to see what the teachers looked like when they were a baby.
I really enjoyed the liturgy as it was a reminder of all that had happened in 2020.
I felt very glad that Miss Pearce chose to be different and made us make headbands, as if you someone in school on house day wearing a headband people would know you were in St Angela house. I also feel like our uniqueness is why we won house day. 🙂