Working with partners, we all made our Christingles and then Year 6 led our Christingle service in school on the last morning of term. Rev Steven closed the service with a reflection and prayer. We celebrated the meaning of the Christingle and Emerald class wrote and read their own prayers.
The school community came together on Friday to celebrate our learning from last half term. We presented all our Stone Age learning led by two Year Six pupils. They wrote our end prayer too.
Thank you for our fabulous learning and teachers that continue to teach us wonderfully every day. Thank you for all the beautiful pupils in our school that love to learn.
Jacqui Fiddy from the Rotary Club came to our Friday collective worship to talk to us all about the charitable works they do. They kindly presented every Year 6 with their own dictionary from the Rotary Club. We would like to thank them!
Our core value this half term is responsibility. We worked with partners to write a prayer to God and hung them on our prayer tree. Every collective worship, we pray to God using our prayer tree prayers. We also always say the Lord’s Prayer.
Joseph and his Brothers: Open the Book told us the story of Joseph and his brothers. We heard how their jealousy led them to send their brother away. He then became important and when they needed help he was there for them.
The whole school met together for collective worship on Friday 11th November to remember Armistice Day. We thought about why and how we remember the day and observe the two-minute silence. We finished with a prayer and the Lord’s prayer.
Mrs Jane Gay from the Baptist Church visited us to lead our collective worship. She read us a Bible story and we discussed how sometimes it is difficult to do the right thing. We discuss how following our school values we always try to do the right thing.