Religious Education

Religious Education

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  • Sun 10th Mar

    Jesus, our superhero ... (Tracey Bratley)

    In keeping with our World Book Day superhero theme, Helen from the Parish led a thoughtful assembly last Thursday.  She asked everyone to think about the powers that superheroes have and then talked about who her superhero was, by listing all the amazing things that Jesus can do.  Whilst all the superheroes from the fiction books that we read are imaginary, she felt that as Jesus is real, there is no better superhero than Jesus himself. From reading his teachings in the Bible, we can all learn about compassion.

        

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwTqbkkAZ2A

  • Sun 10th Mar

    Worship Group (Tracey Bratley)

    Our Worship Meeting will be starting their meetings again.  We will be meeting on Tuesday 26th March at 12:40 -13:10. We will be discussing our new school values and will be thinking about biblical stories that we can link with them, along with moving forward with our 'Worship Bags' for the Spritual Garden, our story telling pebbles and a new school prayer.  We have lots planned.  Parents, Governors and Parish members, we welcome your support.

  • Sun 10th Mar

    CALENDAR (Tracey Bratley)

    Do use the calendar to find out when key events and meetings are taking place!  

  • Mon 4th Mar

    Courage (Tracey Bratley)

    In last week's assembly, 'Courage', another one of our new school values was explored, with the story of Gideon from the Old Testament being used to help us understand how we can grow in confidence and have courage to do things. The story was brought to life through role-play with children taking on the characters of the Israelites, the Midianites and of course Gideon himself. We talked about how Gideon needed lots of reassurance from God and how we should not be scared to admit that sometimes we may need reassurance, and that we should not be afraid to ask for help. The assembly ended with children being asked to think about an area that they would like to have more courage with.