Last week we welcomed back the puppet team from South Kent Community Church who led our worship looking at the life of Daniel. We learnt that he stood true to his beliefs even when it was difficult. As you can see everyone loved it.
In worship this week our worship leaders created a tree with decorations representing different parts of the Christmas story. The whole school enjoyed looking at their creations and participating in the worship.
Our family advent service was enjoyable for all. We listened to readings, considered the Christmas message and enjoyed singing together before the children led us in prayer. What a great way to start the Christmas season.
We joined KS1 for a jam-packed cast of nativity celebrities as they celebrated Jesus’ birth with a dazzling dance show. The Bethlehem Broadcasting Company were recording a dazzling dance show to celebrate Jesus’ birth. Personalities, including some funky camels and a disco star, came together again to recall their roles in the miraculous story. The … Continue reading
Well done to all the Ducklings for their fantastic performance ‘The Inn Spectors.’
This morning our Worship was based on the birth of Jesus and the importance of the shepherds. Dave Barker told us how the shepherds were given the message of the coming of the Lord, shepherds were known for their ability to take good care of their sheep and protect them from danger. God is compared … Continue reading
This morning we had our first nativity play – Hosanna Rock – performed by kS2. They told us the real meaning of Christmas, through song, narration, acting and dance. The singing was amazing and everyone had learnt their lines and parts really well. There were some tears in the audience at the solos and some … Continue reading
The theme of this week’s worship was our value of the term, compassion. Our worship leaders downloaded an excellent video retelling of the story of the Good Samaritan. They then used effective questioning to draw out the meaning of the story and to apply it to our lives.
Mr Brinkley looked at the story of the Good Samaritan, using the rival football teams Arsenal and Chelsea. The children considered who they expected to help and who was the good neighbour. They then considered who they wanted to be like in the story.
Reverend Bob Weldon comes in to lead worship on a weekly basis. This week we were looking at our value of the term, compassion. Reverend Bob used a modern version of the parable of the Good Samaritan set in Folkestone and encouraged us to think about how we can be a Good Samaritan to those … Continue reading