Worship & RE

Candlemas Family Service

Yesterday, we held our family service to celebrate Candlemas.  Children led us in prayers and Bible readings and Reverend Cameron reminded us of Simeon and Anna waiting for Jesus.  We considered the importance of light and how we can be a light to the world.

Jesus The Bread Of Life

This week in worship we have been learning about Jesus being the ‘Bread of Life’. In Mr. Brinkley’s worship today, there was a ‘St. Eanswythe’s Bake Off’. Two children, who were renamed Paul and Pru, used wheat flour, yeast, salt, sugar and water mixed together to make bread dough, each ingredient representing a Christian value Continue reading

Trust in God

Today’s worship was all about the story of Naoh’s Ark. Dave Barker talked about how hard it must have been for Noah to trust in God and build the large ark, when others were mocking the idea. This story led us to think about times that we might have to trust in God ourselves.  

Burkino Faso

This term your children are learning about how to address injustice in Burkina Faso – the third least educated country in the world. A team from Folkestone has developed a comprehensive solution for children trapped by poverty in Kodeni, South West Burkina Faso. The team has raised funds for and built a primary school in partnership Continue reading

Carol Service

On Friday we held our Carol Service.  The children walked us through the Christmas story through songs, music and readings.  There were some beautiful solos, clever musical compositions and amazing performances from each class.  What a lovely way to end the term!  A big thank you to Mrs Brookes for organising the service, Reverend Langlands Continue reading

SKCC Puppets

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.    

Family Advent Service

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.

Lights, Camel, Action!

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

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