As part of our RE learning, we’ve learnt about a really important guy called John who baptised Jesus in the River Jordan. People still get baptised today for similar reasons to Jesus all that time ago. We watched a baby being baptised, and heard some adults reasons for being baptised later in life. We then […]Read More Baptism
Last year School Council were asked which people they would like to help in our community. Almost every member stated they would like to help people without food or who were homeless. As a result, our assembly this morning was delivered by Carol who informed us all about Lewisham Foodbank. School Council had their first […]Read More A Visit From Lewisham Foodbank
This afternoon, Years 5 and 6 learnt the meaning of the words mortal and immortal. We discussed superheroes in popular culture then moved onto think about how Jesus is like a hero for Christians. The children then designed their own Jesus and used symbols to represent some of the amazing things Jesus did!Read More Jesus the superhero in Years 5 and 6
This morning we looked at the following verse from the Bible: “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves. Protect the rights of all who are helpless.” We reflected on what we can actually do and took some inspiration from the wisdom of Wangari Maathai, who reminds that we should all be doing the […]Read More I will be a hummingbird
What a brilliant start to the year! This afternoon Year 2 looked at our school values to think of ways they could use them as guidance in their own classroom. They acted out different scenarios in which they were showing resilience, kindness and creativity. Some fantastic ideas were shared and we had a great game […]Read More RE in Year 2
Faced with the statement ‘Nothing lasts forever – Forever is a lie’ we talked about what this meant to us in a class discussion. We were then given a set of pictures and thought about whether any of the things would last forever. Finally, we created different post-it reflection boards based on our own lives […]Read More Year 5 & 6 discuss: Is anything ever eternal?
What a wonderful way to spend a lunchtime! Today our brilliant school council had a sharing picnic with Trinity Primary School council. They shared their work as councils and their RE work. Inspired by each other, conversation was in full flow and they even enjoyed some play time in the park afterwards!Read More School Council Picnic with Trinity Primary School
In Year 2 our RE key question is “What is courage and why is it important?”. When exploring this we have looked at stories from the Bible and examples from our own lives of when people have shown courage. For our expression piece we have drawn what fear and courage look like in our minds. […]Read More Expression of Courage and Fear in Year 2 RE
As part of our RE learning in Year 2 we have been exploring courage and resilience. For homework, Year 2 had to choose somebody from their lives and write a Resilience Award for them. We listened to each other’s inspiring stories. After that, we learnt about three people from the current news who have shown […]Read More Resilience Awards in Year 2
We are continuing our work on the question What is hope and why is it important? Today, we looked at the parable of the faithful woman who had been ill for 12 years. We went through a comic strip of the story and, inspired by the symbols of hope in Shaun Tan’s The Red Tree, […]Read More RE drama – where can we find hope in the Parable of the Faithful Woman?