Ethos in a pram

12th November 2004 at 00:00
Laura McEwan, recently retired heidie of Our Lady of the Annunciation primary in Glasgow, rates one of the highlights of her 40 years before the class as the days when they took Our Lady for a ride every week.

Such were Catholic numbers in those days that she was pushed in a pram to a local cinema turned church for the weekend.

There has been much talk about the ethos of Catholic schools, but never before or since has it been so transportable.

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