The Notre Dame Chaplaincy, in partnership with students from other Catholic schools in the Diocese, has decided to embark on a project of helping the homeless in Sheffield. Our aim is to put together a rucksack full of items that the homeless will need. We are asking for your help. Are you able to provide any of the following items? (New/good condition only please.)
• 4 rucksacks
• Clean and unused sleeping bags
• Scarves, socks, gloves
And anything else you feel appropriate to donate.
If you are able to donate anything, please leave it at Notre Dame's mainreception, on Riverdale Road. Thank you so much for your help!
Alexander (Y9), Alfie (Y9), Adam (Y9) and Aneeqa (Y8)
Meanwhile, this delicious rainbow cake was made by Charlotte McCole in Y7 for our second Rainbows session last week. Rainbows is a dedicated service for children and young people which aims to guide them through the trauma of bereavement. At Notre Dame it is led by our Chaplaincy team. The rainbow part of the cake was chocolate sponge and the clouds were Victoria sponge.
In week 3 of the Rainbows programme students used clay to express their feelings: