This term we're thinking about our new school value Friendship! The Young Worship Leaders took pictures around the school that represent friendship.
LENT -It is the time of Lent in the Christian calendar. For forty days before Easter, some people will give something up, such as chocolate, cake or Facebook! Year two went to the church for our morning worship, where Reverend Dawn encouraged us to do forty acts of kindness, during Lent. Such as doing the washing, up, making a cup of tea, tidying our room. This sounds like a great idea!
Today Jamie and Tammy wrote a prayer, which they read in our school assembly.
It was beautiful, based on HOPE, this terms school value.
PRAYER OF HOPE
We ask you to give us hope in everything that we do, whether it is outside, or inside school.
help us to persevere and have a growth mindset in all subjects.
let us learn from our mistakes and try a new strategy.
Finally, let us have hope throughout our lives, no matter what!
Thank you Jamie and Tammy for such lovely encouraging words.
Last week, Young Worship Leaders had lunch with Jan,We had a chance to ask her questions about her christian life we enjoyed her encouragement and advice towards other pupils.She shared her experiences when she was little .Here are some pictures with us having lunch with her!
Happy New Year!
This term our new school value is HOPE..
We have been thinking about hope and what we would hope for.
I hope that the world becomes a peaceful place for me and everyone who lives in it.
I hope that God will help me with my YR6 sats.
I hope that all my hard work will help me to pass my SATS!
I hope everybody believes in almighty God and Jesus and for the world to be a better place.
I hope I can make peoples lives more meaningful!
WHAT DO YOU HOPE FOR?
Such a busy Christmas in school, however the Young Worship Leaders led a Christngle service, which allowed us to relax and focus on the true meaning for the season! Happy Christmas to all!
Our school value this term is Compassion!
HARVEST! Harvest is a great time of year, when we can celebrate all the lovely food we have! However some people don't have sufficient food, so our school have collected food to donate to others. Look how much we collected! WELL DONE EVERYONE!
TRUST IS OUR SCHOOL VALUE THIS TERM, WHY IS IT IMPORTANT, WHO CAN WE TRUST?
What is important about trust?
Young Worship Leaders:
Trust is our School value this term!
We are the Young Worship Leaders and we have taken photographs of people around the school, that show trust in teachers friends and playground apparatus.
These pupils trust these teachers and friends!
Our Young Worship Leaders have been busy leading our Ash Wednesday and Easter services
Here are some video clips from the Easter Service that was led by our Young Worship Leaders and members of the choir.
Our Young Worship Leaders have been busy filming for our end of year Nativity Service. We are producing a news report about the First Christmas. What was Mary's reaction to the Angel Gabriel? What did the angel say? How did Joseph feel? Why were the Shepherds so afraid? How did the wise men know where to go? How did the donkey help?
Choir sing at the Christmas Tree Festival at St John's Church
On Friday 8 December 2017 our school choir joined with Drapers School Choir to sing at St John's Church at the Christmas Tree Festival. We loved hearing our choir sing "Saviour's Day" and "Walking in the Air" as well as joining in with traditional carols too. Don't they look angelic with their halos on?
We have been finding out about Remembrance Day. In worship on Wednesday 8 November our choir sang this beautiful song.
Year 6 made our wonderful Poppy display too.
On Friday 8 of our Young Worship Leaders went with Ms Gale, Mr Palmer and Mrs Harding to deliver the huge amount of harvest produce to CLIFTONVILLE COMMUNITY CENTRE. Thank you so much to all the families in our school who were so generous in their contributions to our local centre we had to several trips too and from the mini bus to load and then unload all the food, toiletries and clothes!
Some of the staff from the centre were there to meet us and to let us know about how they help families from the local community and about all the facilities they have there. We did not know that they have a nursery there.
Here are photos of the produce that we collected and photos of us with the some of the centre staff who were there on Friday.
Today (18 October 2017) we celebrated our Harvest Festival during our Collective worship time. Our Young Worship Leaders were leading the whole service and pupils from Years 3 and 4 read prayers and poems.
This year our theme was: "God made a world of difference"
We celebrated the fact that we are all different shapes, sizes and colours. We have different faiths and traditions for remembering Harvest time.
We found out about Harvest around the world.
Thank you to all our children and parents for all of the wonderful packets, tins and boxes of food, as well as the clothes and toiletries donated to CLIFTONVILLE COMMUNITY CENTRE, as part of our Harvest worship session.
Our Young Worship Leaders will be delivering these to the community centre and to see what great work the centre does in supporting so many of our local community.
In our Worship sessions we have been focusing on Our School Values and in Term 1 it is TRUST.
Here are some of our displays about TRUST.
Our new worship leaders for 2017-2018 are:
Tammy, Aukse, Jaime, Emily, Jessica, Patricija, Wiktoria, Charlie, Harley, Connor, Emma and Jazmine.
They were busy preparing for our Harvest Festival and they will be leading worship each term.
They have great ideas so WATCH THIS SPACE!
Well done to our fantastic worship leaders! Another worship planned and led! A wonderful celebration of Candlemas.
Our Christmas candle light service on the last day of term, time to reflect on the meaning of Christmas with super readings, beautiful singing by Martina and the building of our Nativity scene.Christmas blessings everyone!
Some pictures from our inspiring Key Stage 2 Christmas Service, at our church! The aisle looks beautiful lit up with the candles as the choir sang. Well done to all those who took part.
The choir singing beautifully to friends and visitors at St Paul's church, Cliftonville as part of the Christmas Lights Community Switch on. Thank you to all the children who represented the school so well - we are proud of you all! Thank you also to all the lovely comments and compliments given to the children from all of the friends, visitors and congregation.Thank you to St Paul's for the community work that you do.
Thank you to everybody who brought in harvest gifts, what an amazing amount of food we have to share with our community. The team at St Paul's church, Cliftonville, thank you all for your generosity and say that it will help so many people and families this winter.Thank you once again everybody!