The Love is a Box gifts are being sent today. When we collected them up we had a grand total of 112 boxes. Thank you everyone for your generosity and thank you to Ava and Evie for counting them for us and Oliver for helping to collect them all together!
This afternoon we had our ‘Love in a Box’ service via Zoom. Together we watched a video showing children across the world receiving these boxes and the joy that they bring at Christmas time. We discussed the charity ‘Mustard Seed’ that transport and deliver the boxes and identified the country of Moldova where our boxes … Continue reading
This year we were unable to celebrate harvest festival in church as we usually would. However, we enjoyed coming together via Zoom. Each class prepared a piece about Harvest to share with the rest of the school. We really enjoyed celebrating with each other over the internet. The children wanted to share their performances with … Continue reading
In worship this week, we have been thinking about perseverance and resilience. As it is also black history month Yr.6 looked at some of the amazing people who have stood up for the rights of black people throughout history. We decided that all of these people showed amazing perseverance and resilience in spite of persecution. … Continue reading
In worship we acted out a parable that Jesus once told to two brothers who were arguing over money that had been left to them. The message was about how ‘having lots of things – having more and more choices – isn’t going to make you happy or bring you closer to God’ The children … Continue reading
In worship we have been thinking about God creating the world in six days and resting on the seventh. We learnt some actions for each day and then enjoyed a game of ‘Simon Says’ with our new actions.
Yr.6 have worked hard to learn a dance to one of our favourite worship songs – ‘You are Good.’ We wanted to share this with you so have filmed it. we’re sure you will agree that they are amazing! Yr.6 will be teaching this to the whole school once we are allowed back in the … Continue reading
This morning we had our first service in church for the Yr.6 bubble led by Reverend Dr. John Walker. We headed to The St Eanswythe chapel and thought about compassion using a large painting of St Eanswythe handing out food to the poor as inspiration. We considered how we can show compassion to others in … Continue reading
This week in worship we have been thinking about Jesus as a teacher and how we can learn from the messages he gave us. Today we concentrated on Jesus’ teaching – People know us by our actions, if we do good things we are like a good tree growing good fruit. The children gave some … Continue reading
Continuing their worship about St Eanswythe, Yr.6 went to the church to hunt for things linked to her life. They found banners, paintings, stained glass windows and statues showing some of her life and works.