St Francis Xavier

Catholic Primary School

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Our Parish

St Francis Catholic Primary School is part of two Parishes, the Parish of The Sacred Heart and the Parish of St Peter's in Chains.


As a Catholic primary school we strive to work in partnership with the Home and the Church to initiate the children of the parish into the Catholic faith tradition whilst, at the same time, maintaining the highest aims and expectations within the national education system.


As a part of the Catholic Education System, the school is concerned with the initiation of children into the Catholic faith tradition and their gradual growth and development as knowledgeable and faithful members of the Catholic Church.


The school has a responsibility to nurture and promote the Catholic faith through its programme of Religious Education and the day-to-day organisation and relationships so that the spiritual presence of Jesus Christ is clearly evident to all and His teachings are reflected in every aspect of the total life of the school.


We have regular Whole School Masses which are celebrated throughout the year.


It would be lovely to see families spending some time in Adoration before Our Lord. Please consider popping in to church on your way home from dropping off your children to school, or maybe when you have collected them at the end of the day. Mass times are detailed below.

St Peter's in Chains Catholic Church

Chequer Road, Doncaster, DN1 2AA

Fr. Darren Reid

Weekday Mass: Mon 7pm, Wed 12:15pm, Thur 10am
Sunday Mass: 10am, 1:15pm (Jezyk Polski), 6:00pm
Holy Hour: Thur 7pm
Confessions: Wed 12:45pm, Sat 11am 

Contact :01302 342068



The Sacred Heart Catholic Church

44 Warmsworth Road, Balby, Doncaster, DN4 0NT


Weekday Mass: Tues, Thur, Sat 10am; 
Eucharistic Service: Mon, Wed, Fri 10am
Sunday Mass: 9 am, (Mass in Ukrainian Rite 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month 3pm)
Holy Day Mass: as announced
Confessions: Sat 9.30-10am

Contact :01302 853937



Father Darren Reid