In UKS2, we have started to explore the idea of empathy and understanding other people’s perspectives. The children analysed the book Voices in the Park, which follows four characters all having similar experiences but perceiving them very differently. The book is beautifully illustrated to show each scene through a specific character’s personality. The children came […]

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Having completed our learning about Hinduism, we designed and made our own board games around the theme of Karma, Samsara and Moksha. We had fun playing each other’s games like Exploding Shivas and Game of Life.

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After studying Hinduism for the past five weeks, Years 5 and 6 were asked to design their own board games in groups. The games were to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of Karma (consequences to actions), Samsara (rebirth/reincarnation), and Moksha (enlightenment after breaking free of the cycle).

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UKS2 Art and RE

This half term, our key question in RE has been ‘Is the Christmas story true?’ As well as discussing which parts of the story require the most faith, we have wondered whether it really matters- and what a Christian can learn from the nativity story. To finish our topic, we have made beautiful watercolour artworks […]

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One, two, tree!

A massive thank you to the kind elf that gave us this Christmas tree, you have a heart of gold! We have had great fun decorating it today and even have a star on top created by an artist in residence 😊⭐️ 🌲.

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Lent Call Big Project

At St Margaret’s every child has helped to create a tea towel to raise awareness about plastic pollution. See below for our design and watch this space for the finished product…! When it is up for sale all proceeds will be going to the Bishop of Southwark’s Lent Call.

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Did Jesus have enemies?

Last week, Years 3 and 4 began exploring the question, ‘Is forgiveness always possible?’ We came up with different scenarios which might require forgiving and discussed how we would feel if we were in the victim’s position, whether we could forgive and how hard it would be. This week we explored whether Jesus had enemies […]

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RE Silent Debate

Year 5 & 6 took part in a silent debate which got the children thinking about a range of questions linked to commitment, faith and spirituality. They rotated around the class placing post-it responses based on seven questions including: Which pillar of Islam do you think is most important? If you could add a 6th […]

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