In their final RE unit 'Life as a Journey', the year 6 children in Oak class have been reflecting on their journey in life so far and particular things they think they are taking away from primary school. It really shone through how many of the Christian Values the children felt like they had been given and learnt during their time at All Saints'.
Letters of Love
As part of the Year Six unit on preparing in Advent, we wrote to others to ask how they were going to prepare for Christmas in a very unusual period in history! Look at the responses we received:
Countess of Wessex
Andy Hawthorne from The Message Trust
During lockdown, we had lots of fantastic RE and worship taking place each week. The following pictures are a showcase of some of the amazing work and actions which reflect how our Christian Values underpin everything we do here at All Saints'. Even though we were separated, our faith kept us all together.
Bishop's Harvest Appeal 2020 where we collected food items for our local food bank and also raised money for Bishop Julian's appeal supporting Tear Fund and Friends of the Holy Land.
Celebrating our school’s Christian values during a celebration to commemorate the anniversary of our school. Here is some of the fantastic artwork we created to represent each of our values:
Linking what we have learnt in RE to British Values:
Some of our fantastic work thinking about the importance of Mary for the church.
Faith is like...
Some of the fantastic RE that has taken place in school...
Some of the amazing letters we have received this year linking to our RE lessons in school.
Bible Eggsplorers in Willow
School values poster competition. Well done to all who entered this competition, your posters are fantastic!.
Willow class visit to All Saints' church to learn about the parts of the church and artefacts used in the church service
Every single child in school has helped to contribute to this beautiful 'School Values' display for the main entrance show-casing our Christian Values which we strive to show every day in school.
Our beautiful Salvadoran crosses for around school
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