We had a lovely visit this afternoon from Helen who practises the Bahai faith.
If you don't know, Bahai is one of the newest major religions having started in the 19th century.
Y6 spent a lovely afternoon with the Reverend Dutton in St John's Church.
His question and answer session was so very informative. The Y6 children behaved respectfully and asked some really thoughtful questions. Very enlightening!
Year 2 visited St John's the Evangelist church today and met the Reverend Dutton who explained why Jesus and the parables he told are so important to Christians.
Knowledge: to retell some of the parables of Jesus
Skills: to say why Jesus' stories were important to his followers
Year 3 have been looking at God and why some people have a faith.
We wrote a few questions to God while we were at it as well.
This morning, Peter from Humanism UK came into class to build on the children's knowledge and understanding of Humanism. The children asked some great questions and gave some very detailed answers.
Well Done Year 4!
Year 2 have been exploring the parables that Jesus told to his followers. This activity is based upon the story of the Two Builders where the first builder built his house on a foundation of sand instead of rock.
Knowledge to be able to retell some of the parables that Jesus told.
Year 2 have been exploring the parables of Jesus and have been creating their own stick puppets to retell the story of The Lost Sheep. From this parable, the children are beginning to understand why people follow Jesus and how he cares for everyone, whether they have been good or…
Year 2 have been exploring who was Jesus and how important he is to Christians today. Children now understand that Jesus was a miracle worker or a healer.
Knowledge: Explain more about why people followed Jesus when he was on Earth and how some of these were called disciples. Can tell…