Today, the Holy Council lead Collective Worship with the parable of The Good Samaritan. The parable, which was told by Jesus in the Gospel of Luke, helped us to think about being friendly and helping others. Thank you to the Holy Council for planning and leading today’s Collective Worship.
Today, the children from Classes 3 and 4 attended church for a service whilst Classes 1 and 2 held an act of remembrance in school. The children were very respectful throughout. Thank you to all the staff, parents and church team for their support.
Well done to all the children for their hard word learning songs, poems and writing prayers for today’s Harvest Service at church. Thank you to all the church team for leading the worship with the Holy Council. A special thank you to Mrs Brown-Lee who made the Harvest Loaf with some of the Holy Council… Read more »
In Collective Worship this week we are learning about the story of The Creation (Genesis 1-2). We have been reflecting upon our amazing world and how we can look after it. A huge well done to Elsa, Adam and Hattie who worked together to plan and deliver a presentation all about plastic and what we… Read more »
We have been learning about different ways to pray through play. We thought about things that we would like to say please, sorry or thank you for in our amazing world. L
Well done to the year 6 pupils for a lovely service to celebrate all your achievements. It was great to hear all your memories. Good luck in all that you do and best wishes for the future.
Today we thought about growing and changing in Collective Worship. We celebrated our achievements and shared ways to overcome challenges. We prayed together to thank God for our talents. We reflected on the story from the Bible where Jesus said “Let the Children come to me” (Matthew 19:14) and how this links to our daily… Read more »
Congratulations to all the children who put on two amazing concerts on Friday at St. Luke’s Church, Tiptree. Thank you to all the staff at both schools and the church team for their hard work and commitment to this collaborative project. Thank you to D’Arcy and St. Luke’s Church for their generous donations towards this… Read more »
Today Mrs Clarke and I took a group of RotaKids to a conference at Colchester Football Stadium. We joined five schools and shared ideas about different events and charities that are supported across Essex. Over the day, we worked together to celebrate and plan for future fundraising events.
Today we thought about the parable the Wise Man and the Foolish Man with our visitors from church. We thought about how we can build ourselves up to be confident and help others. We thought about the power of words and how we can help others with kind words.