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Retelling A Very Special Story

posted on 14th Dec '18 by katie-mills

In RE the children used props to retell the Nativity story.  

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The Christmas Story

posted on 14th Dec '18 by katie-mills

As part of our RE lesson the Nursery children dressed as characters from the Nativity and retold the story.

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God's Wonderful World

posted on 19th Oct '18 by katie-mills

Nursery are learning about how to care and look after the world God has given to us.  The children chose an animal out of the box and thanked God for creating so many wonderful animals.

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Our Harvest Assembly

posted on 19th Oct '18 by katie-mills

We enjoyed sharing our first class assembly of the school year.  Our theme was Harvest.  The children shared their favourite fruits and vegetables and sang Dingle, Dangle Scarecrow.  

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God's Wonderful World

posted on 21st Sep '18 by sophie-gilbert

The Nursery children thanked God for all the wonderful food in the world.    

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First Holy Communion

posted on 12th Sep '18 by schooladmin

During May and June 2018, eight children from our Year 3 and 4 (Harry, Harry, Charlie, Lana, Elsie, William, Ben and David) made their First Holy Communion at various churches throughout the Lea Valley Deanery. We …

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Our Class Assembly

posted on 25th Jun '18 by sophie-gilbert

The Early Years class delivered an amazing assembly.  The focus of the assembly was growing and changing.  The children talked about how they have changed since being a baby, planting sunflower seeds and caring for …

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Walking With The Elephants!

posted on 29th Jun '18 by sophie-gilbert

The children in Early Years and Key stage 1 enjoyed completing a sponsored walk around the school field dressed as elephants.  The children were raising money for the children's charity, 'happy days'.    

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Learning about Islam

posted on 8th Jun '18 by sophie-gilbert

The children enjoyed learning about Islam this week in school.  They looked at different artifacts which included the Qur'an with Arabic writing inside.  

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Learning about other faiths:Islam

posted on 7th Jun '18 by wendy-clark

It is both part of our Catholic RE and our British Values to learn about and be respectful of other faiths. This week we were very lucky to have a special visitor, Mr Haq, with …

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Religious Education
at St. Thomas of Canterbury

“Religious Education is central to the curriculum of the Catholic school and is at the heart of the philosophy of Catholic education. Religious Education has developed in a way that reflects the particular identity of our Catholic schools in England and Wales.

It teaches about the faith in the context of a school which proclaims the Gospel, and invites the individual to respond to the message of Christ. As the individual responds to this invitation, growth in faith and knowledge helps the pupil to respond to the call to holiness and understand the fullness of what it is to be human.

For some, then, Religious Education will also be received as evangelisation and for some, catechesis.”

Religious Education Curriculum Directory (Bishops’ Conference, 2012), p.3

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