Caritas Team



Meet your Gift Team...

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Caritas Team

Meet your Caritas Team...





The current Caritas ambassadors are:

  • Josh

  • Millie

  • Archie

  • Isla


Caritas means ‘love in action’. It is our role is to continue the work of the Caritas charity, which is the charity of helping people, founded in 1897.


Our aim is to collaborate the school, community and parish by organising events and activities for each to be involved. It is important that we share a mission together and work on developing our faith together.


The community outreach projects that we will be involved with throughout the year will be uploaded on to this page. We are grateful of your support and look forward to the future projects!

Mr Livesey is the lay chaplain at Our Lady’s RC Primary School. He serves as one of the Eucharistic ministers during mass at Our Lady’s and often visits to share his knowledge with the children. As an integral part of the community and parish, he works closely with Miss Wright and the Faith Teams to develop faith in action at Our Lady’s.



Please see our recent posts below, keep checking here for updates on work we are doing in CARITAS & GIFT

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GIFT stands for Growing in Faith Together Team. This means that we have the responsibility in sharing faith within the school. We communicate with other schools within the Salford Diocese to discover new ways that we can develop the Catholic ethos of our school. We inspire people to follow in Jesus’ footsteps. It is important to us that we show the school values, such as, helpful, nurturing, respectful, faithful, honest and safe.

Each class has a GIFT team member attached to them as their prayer leader. This is part of our role in spreading the teachings of Jesus and leading worship. We are the people who will update you on all of the Church events and special occasions throughout the liturgical year.

‘Learning and loving together, we grow with Jesus’


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