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Walk together as a welfare community.


At St Veronica's, the WELFARE of pupils and adults is paramount, we want everyone to feel safe and know they are valued.  We show this in the way we treat one another.  We try to be fair, we care about each other and always try to help, including those less fortunate than us and those outside of our community.  We are all stewards of our lovely school and help the adults look after and take care of it.

A big thank you to everyone for your generous donations of food on Harvest Festival Day. The local food bank were very grateful.

A big thank you to everyone who helped bake cakes, give raffle donation prizes and attend the MacMillan Coffee Morning. We raised over £1000!

The children helped collect used books and package them, ready to be sent off to Thailand to a children's orphanage.

Our Rainbows support group provides nurturing support and guidance for pupils.

Making that extra effort. Inspired by the Lenten season, some of the children in Year 4 decided to bring in and sell buns to the rest of the school. All the money raised would go to the Lenten charities.

Lenten charities -In order to support our Lenten charities, each week a class is donating eggs or other prizes which the rest of the school can win. The money raised from the raffles that take place each week, will go to our various Lenten charities. Here are some of our happy winners from week 1!

The St Veronica's school community filled and wrapped up shoe boxes which contained everyday items for the homeless. The school Chaplains delivered the boxes to the Shoebox Appeal delivery point in Haslingden.

The St Veronica's children brought in donations of food and other items for the Rossendale Food Bank.