Is forgiveness always possible? That’s the question that Year 4 have been exploring this term. This week we shared our own experiences and thoughts about forgiveness, and presented to the class. Then we wrote our own prayers with repeating lines and decorated them using themed watercolours that reminded us of forgiveness. Miss Higgitt was really […]Read More Forgiveness
As part of our RE topic on the Easter story we made hot cross buns! It was great to see lots of great collaboration going on. We discussed why we eat them at Easter time at what each part of the bun represents.Read More Hot Cross Buns in Year 2
Year 6 visited Westminster Abbey and had a tour of the building, famous memorials and graves. As it’s Shakespeare Week, we also took part in an actor lead workshop which explored the iambic pentameter. After lunch, we had a mini walking tour of the Southbank and saw The Globe Theatre.Read More Year 6: Shakespeare at Westminster Abbey
Year 6 have discussed different representations of INFLUENCE and have shared stories of people who have influenced our own lives. After a passionate debate, we also voted for the top 10 influencers of all time. In order to fully answer our key question, we have researched a range of sources online (looking at festivals, symbols, […]Read More Year 6: Is Christianity still a strong religion 2000 years after Jesus was born?
This Friday is crazy hair/ hat/ wig day all in aid of comic relief. The suggested donation is £1 and we can’t wait to see your creativity on display!Read More Red Nose Day- Crazy Hair/ Hat/ Wig Day This Friday!
Rev Tim led a wonderful service this morning and our school councillors read the prayers very well. Towards the end of the service the children and adults were invited to receive an ash cross on the forehead, an Anglican tradition to mark the beginning of Lent and remind us of our mortality.Read More Ash Wednesday
Parents and carers are invited to join us at St Margaret’s church for an Ash Wednesday service led by Reverend Tim, starting at 10am.Read More Ash Wednesday service
In Art Year 2 made some Mexican “God’s Eye Craft”. Traditionally these are made when a child is born in Mexico and yarn is added each year during their childhood. For Mexican Christians it represents God watching over the child. It was a very fiddly crafting challenge but Year 2 showed great resilience during the […]Read More Ojo De Dios in Year 2
For a suggested contribution of £1 please dress up to celebrate World Book Day. We would love it if you came as a book character but please don’t go out and buy an outfit- dressing up/ own clothes are also welcome. We will be celebrating books during the day next Thursday so get ready to […]Read More LENT CALL EVENT 1: World Book Day Thursday 7th March 2019
Yesterday in RE, Year 5 started to think about the word ‘destiny.’ What does it mean? Do they believe in destiny? We discussed the Easter story and Jesus’ crucifixion and thought about why Jesus died on the cross. The children then created some agamographs ( a type of art which look different from different directions.) […]Read More Easter Art in Year 5