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In year 6, we have understood the moral implications of 'The Good Samiratan' and re-enacted the story by using drama.

Year 2 have been making beautiful windmills. We have been learning all about the Holy Spirit and how Christians describe it as being like a gentle wind. We thought we’d made a windmill to represent the wind.

As part of our Inspiration topic in RE, Year 5 have been learning about some of the prominent figures of the Civil Rights Movement. After listening to some inspirational songs, including Nelson Mandela by The Specials, we thought we'd work in groups and write some songs of our own about Rosa Parks.

Year 1 have been learning about a Bulgarian traditional holiday called Baba Marta. The children made red and white Martenitsa. The red is a symbol of strength, purity and happiness. The white is a symbol of health.

In RE year 2 have been learning all about Palm Sunday. We made these fantastic palm trees and palm leaves to represent this special time at Easter.

Year 2 have been looking at the symbols and their meanings in different religions. The children then thought about what symbols represents them and drew a picture of them.

17.1.22 In our weekly RE/ PSHE assembly our EYFS children learned about the Old Testament story 'Noah's Ark'.

EYFS celebrated Diwali!

Year 2 have been learning all about Hanukkah

Year 3 have learnt about the nativity story and made a Christmas decoration

In Year 3 we read the story of Jonah and the Whale

In year 6, we have understood the moral implications of 'The Good Samiratan' and re-enacted the story by using drama.

In year 6 we have prepared for the coming of Jesus by looking at the essential items that are needed to raise a modern baby. We learned that items are essential and some are non essential.

In year 6 we have completed a study of Sikhism and a believers' baptism inside Christianity.

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