Easter Enrichment in Nursery 2019
We read the Easter story and acted out parts in Nursery. We made Easter cards for our families and participated in other activities such as egg decorating, creative chick making and had an Easter egg hunt!
Easter Enrichment 2019
The Great Commission - Mrs Collier's Group.
When Jesus appeared to his disciples after his death he told them that it was now their job to spread the Good News and God’s message of peace, love and sacrifice and forgiveness over the world. We thought about our community and places all over the world where bad things are happening – places where they need to receive the message of God’s love.
We wrote prayers on gift bags and decorated them with messages of positivity. We have put candles inside the bags to give to people to spread God’s light into places where there is darkness. People can light the candles as they read our prayers so show that God’s light is with them.
We also attached our prayers to biodegradable balloons and released onto the playground them to spread God’s light even further.
Year 2 did lots of learning about Lent for our class worship.
Then we found out about Easter symbols and Easter traditions around the world.
We found out all about Easter traditions in Poland especially.
Mrs Chappelow's group found out more about the last supper. Bread making, chalice designs and drama were all part of the Easter enrichment day fun!
We talked about how during the Passover, the bread had no time to rise and so flatbread is used, even now.
Easter Enrichment - Miss Crosby's group
We started by looking at the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus prayed with 3 of his disciples before Judas betrayed Jesus by kissing his cheek. This signal informed the guards who Jesus was and so they arrested him.
We then started to prepare to create our gardens. We made play dough in groups and decorated our boxes.
After that, we went to the environmental area to collect things for our gardens. Back in class, we planned the layout of our gardens.
By the time we had don't this, out boxes were dry! So we started to arrange our gardens.
RE Pupil Conference -2019
We were delighted to attend the RE pupil conference on Ash Wednesday at Ewood Park, Blackburn.
The first challenge was a tough one. Decide what matters most! We worked with other schools to order things according to their importance. We realised the difference between wants and needs!
We talked about the rights of the child and how it was our duty to help those who are being overlooked by society. We researched the work of different charities and thought about how we can help and WHY it was our duty to help. We recalled Matthew 22:34-40.
In the afternoon we reflected on all learning and thought about how we could involve our whole school.