Religion Education News

Little Liturgy

Little Liturgy

Year 4 children invited their parents to join them in their ‘Little Liturgy’ on the theme of Reconciliation. In the beautifully prayerful liturgy, which the children planned and led themselves, we listened to and reflected on the parable of the Prodigal Son, and the children shared their ideas of how we can take the message of forgiveness out into our world.

Rosary Club

Rosary Club

During the month of May, children from across KS2 joined together in prayer for Rosary Club. As well as learning about and praying the Rosary, the children enjoyed exploring the various names and attributes of Mary through a range of Arts and Crafts activities                         .   Continue Reading

Year 2 – Christmas Prayers

Year 2 – Christmas Prayers

Year 2 – Christmas Prayers As our school continue to count down to Advent, Year 2 have spent time making a Christmas decoration for our Christmas tree. The children then decorated the front with glitter and wrote a special prayer on the reverse. Children were then asked to write a prayer that was meaningful to them.… Continue Reading

Exploring and setting up Liturgy focal points and leading our own Liturgies

Reception have enjoying having access to our class Liturgy resources during their free-play. They have set up their own focal points and led liturgies pretending to be me or Mr Turner! Some children read bible stories whilst friends listened and others enjoyed looking at our books about other cultures and religions. Continue Reading

Prayer Stations

Prayer Stations

Year Three went to church to visit the prayer stations dedicated to Mary. The children had five different stations to visit and each looked at Mary in a different way, for example, loving Mary, humble Mary. The children were  all very respectful in church and had a lovely experience.   Continue Reading

Energy

Energy

Year Three have begun their new R.E. topic, ‘Energy’. As a class we discussed the power that wind and fire have and its uses. Then they heard a story from the Acts of the Apostles. The children imagined they were one of the disciples left behind when Jesus ascended to Heaven. They expressed their feelings… Continue Reading