Thought for the Week
Think before you speak.
This week Year 6 thought about a time when they said something unkind, then they explored what they could have thought internally to change a negative thought into a positive one, and lastly they wrote what they could have said to be kind to that person.
Why do we collect donations at
harvest time? Why do we
choose to share?
Year 2 grasped a new opportunity to taste food from around the world and reflected on the conditions needed for it to be produced and gave thanks for the harvest, the farmers and the suppliers.
What opportunities do you have
in life? At school? At home?
What are your choices
In Year R they have had a new opportunity to learn to say Grace at lunchtime…talking about the prayer table and everything on it.
How do Christians have hope
with God’s strength? When
have you had hope?
This week classes looked at the Bible story of Paul, and how God protected Paul and gave him strength in difficult situations. The children then discussed what moments they may have been in when they needed to ask for God’s help.
What do you think will happen
if I removed a cornerstone?
How would hope change then?
During their walk to Captain Philamore's woods, Year 5 had quiet reflection time through a silent field for their worship this week.
What hopes have you for the year?
This week in Worship Year 1 discussed what the word hope meant to Christians and what it may look like. They then looked at doves as a symbol of hope and coloured in their dove with colours of hope.
How do you want to grow personally this year?
What do you want to achieve?
Year 3 have explored how they have grown since they were babies. On their oak trees they wrote what they have become better at throughout the years; starting from when they were a baby at the bottom of their tree to being in year 3 now at the top of their tree.