Year 4 have been reflecting on how to pray using the rosary.
Y3 started October, the month of Mary, with praying the Rosary. We try to say a decade each day!
We researched World Religions such as: Hindu, Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism, and Islam. We produced a poster to show others.
We have been looking at the story of the Last Supper this week. We heard the story from the Bible and then acted out the scene.
Year 5 learnt all about the importance of Ash Wednesday as being the start of Lent. They received an ash cross on their forehead.
Today we received our ashes as a sign of the start of Lent. Here’s hoping we can all keep the lentern promises we have made.
We have been learning the meaning behind Shrove Tuesday and have discovered that we say sorry to God to be ‘shriven’. We then enjoyed delicious pancakes in preparation for Lent.
In R.E. we have been thinking about things we do together at home and in school including how we support and encourage each other during these activities. Then we went outdoors to work together to play some ring games: The Farmer’s in his Den, Ring-a-Ring of Roses, Duck Duck Goose and Crossing the…
Today we had a wonderful ‘Prayer & Liturgy’ that was led by Lillia, Freya and Lacey. We have been learning about Jewish festivals and have focused on The Passover. They sympathetically planned around this independently and it was really engaging. Added to this we enjoyed listening to…
Year 1 have been hearing the story of St Bridget this week and we have tried to weave a cross. It was quite difficult but with a little help we managed to make some stunning crosses.
As part of our work on celebrations in R.E., Reception went to church to find artefacts that are used as part of a celebration. They found the different features in the church very interesting and found out some facts about them too.
We were so proud of Year 5 today as they celebrated mass with reverence and respect. We learnt that it was St. Vincent’s Feast day today! Keelan, Emily Whelan and Isabella did a good job with their readings and everyone sang beautifully. Well done Year 5!