The children at Stella Maris build God's Kingdom through spreading kindness across the community. We are very proud of these simple acts which make a big difference to the people who are touched by these gestures ...
Evie and Annabelle's Act of Kindness
Phoebe decided to raise funds for the local food bank and NHS by holding a cake sale. Her little sister Esme was a great help and over £80 was raised on the day.
A little act of kindness
if we do it every day
Is an act of love to show we care
in a very simple way
Like washing up or shopping
Or putting things away
Just helping out and smiling
Spreading love along the way
It isn’t hard to do good deeds
Just try it every day
The joy and laughter you will find
Are the sweet reward for being kind
So be kind every day
Love to All
Ada and Grace are taking time to help children in difficulty
During this time, Ada has been busy making a card for a young girl with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. This is through a charity called Post Pals - helping to “post a smile on a sick kids face”. We are so proud of Ada for taking the time to think of those less fortunate. If Ada has inspired you then you can find out more on the link below:-
Grace has chosen to make a card and send to a young girl called Isla who has intestinal failure. Well Done Grace - this will really cheer Isla up!
Joshua puts a smile on the faces of emergency workers ....
Joshua has decided to deliver a treat to key workers in the community. He has decided to alternate treats between police and paramedics "because they work during the night even though there’s a virus".
Casey buys a treat
Casey used his own birthday money to buy a ice cream treat for his friend in the Imps Class. Well done Casey - such a kind idea.
Joshua and Jamie's beautiful kindness cards
Freya with her lovely note.
Freya in the Imps has been leaving uplifting notes to her family.
Thank you to Stella Maris from Charles
Miley helps the environment
Miley went on a litter pick to help the community and environment. She managed to fill 2 big bags whilst walking from her home to the sands and back. It is sad to know so much litter is around, especially plastic, on the beach that would have been taken out to sea with the high tide.
Thank you Miley for caring for your community so well. We are very proud of you. Keep up the excellent work!
Logan cooking for the Homeless
Logan in the Pixie Class wanted to help the homeless and vulnerable people of Folkestone by cooking them a homemade hot dinner. Logan's Mummy contacted a lady called Pam Jones, who works very closely with the homeless community and was very grateful with Logan's act of random kindness. Logan's cottage pies (that he made from scratch) were collected and will be on today's menu at our local Salvation Army. What a thoughtful idea Logan, well done.