Following our work on Judaism, we created some artwork in which we tried to include the key symbols of the Jewish faith.
I wonder which elements you can recognise?
Elliott is the first child in Year 5 to achieve the Platinum Reading Certificate.
He has completed an impressive 200 home reads since September.
What an amazing achievement – I am one very proud teacher!
Open the Book delivered a very powerful story for us today – the events that happened on Good Friday.
The prayer today was particularly meaningful…
Thank you for Easter and for all that it means to us.
Thank you for sending your son to die on the cross for our sins.
We can never thank you enough.
It was our last week with Sam from the School of Military today.
We had great fun playing games outside together.
Today we also rehearsed for our ‘Passing Out Parade’ after completing our course with the School of Military.
It is to be held on Wednesday 19th April at 9.15am and we would love to invite you along to it. Letters about it should be going out tomorrow.
We had another terrific afternoon with Mr Heyes!
Today, we finished our ‘walk through’ the Old Testament.
We particularly enjoyed the story involving King Xerxes, Haaman, Esther and Mordecai.
Rector John was welcomed into our school assembly today.
We loved hearing the story of Solomon, the slug who lives in the church yard, and his friend Len. We we were reminded of the importance of friendship and how Jesus calls us to love and be friends with each other.
Congratulations to Sonny for winning the whole-school award for attendance and punctuality this week.
The story from ‘Open the Book’ today was such an amazing one.
In it, we heard the story of Jesus having the last Passover meal with his disciples. This happened just before he was crucified for the sins of the world, including ours.
Thank you God for sending your son Jesus!