Expectations Liturgy

Year 6 took a moment today, amidst all the excitement, to stop and reflect on the work we have done during our Advent R.E. topic, Expectations. We thought about how Advent means “coming” or “arrival”. It reminds us of the anticipation and expectation over hundreds of years by the people of Israel for their Messiah and promised King.

The reading was from Mark’s Gospel. Mark begins his Gospel by referring to the Old Testament prophecy of Isaiah, which he applies to John the Baptist, the cousin of Jesus. In Mark’s Gospel it is John the Baptist who announces the expectation of the coming of Jesus, referring to the prophecy of Isaiah made hundreds of years earlier.

To reflect and respond on the reading, children wrote a prayer to Jesus on a heart shape. The prayer was to let Jesus know how we will prepare our hearts for his coming.

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Your education should help you use and develop your talents and abilities. It should also help you learn to live peacefully, protect the environment and respect other people.

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You have the right to practice your own culture, language and religion – or any you choose. Minority and indigenous groups need special protection of this right.

 

 

 

Party Time!

Year 6 had a great party day. We started with a quiz (congratulations to the victorious ‘Mini Elves team’) followed by lots of party games such as charades, Guess the Secret Santa and a Santa Drive. In the afternoon we watched ‘Elf’ whilst enjoying a yummy snack of pizza and chips. After all that sitting…Continue Reading

Christmas Stockings!

Throughout this half term Year 6 have worked with Ms Arbon and Mrs Taylor to design and make a Christmas stocking. After learning a bit about the history of the Christmas Stocking, children decided on their aim and success criteria for the project. They also carried out research before trying out different designs. Once they…Continue Reading

Year 1 Liturgy

Since starting Year 1, the children have been learning how to plan their own simple Liturgies at the end of our RE topics. We recently held a Liturgy about Baptism and belonging, in the classroom,  and we enjoyed singing  some new hymns we have been learning this term. Everyone participated well and we chose a…Continue Reading

Following instructions

This term in Year1, the children have been learning how to read and follow simple instructions. Now that the children can write independently, they even managed to write their own instructions using bossy verbs. In science we have recently been learning about animals who hibernate, so we followed some instructions to make our own little…Continue Reading

Fun with Poetry.

Year 1 have had fun this term reading poems, and using some familiar to them as a model to write their own. One of our favourite poems was called ‘Playdough People’ and before creating our own poetry, we enjoyed making the playdough people from plastercine so that we could describe them in our writing. Miss…Continue Reading

Fun with Shadows in Year 1.

Since returning to school after lockdown, Year 1 have been working so hard. They have loved being back at Corpus Christi with their friends and have really enjoyed moving upstairs. This term the children have been studying the weather. They have looked at local weather forecasts on the BBC website and have made daily observations…Continue Reading