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Our Lady’s Garden-Official Opening

posted on 21st May '19 by wendy-clark

On Tuesday 21st May we were proud to officially open our new prayer garden dedicated to Our Lady. The Chaplaincy Team led a beautiful liturgy and Father Cyril blessed the area and cut the ribbon …

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Forest School - Making Birds Nests

posted on 13th May '19 by sophie-gilbert

The children gathered lots of natural objects from around the school grounds to make birds nests.  The birds nests are to represent new life, following on from our RE lessons.  

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New Life

posted on 3rd May '19 by sophie-gilbert

In RE the children have been thinking about the new life that Jesus was given at Easter time.  The children went around the school grounds to look for signs of new life.

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Our Easter Garden

posted on 5th Apr '19 by sophie-gilbert

The Nursery children have been learning about the Easter story.  The children went to collect lots of natural items from around the school grounds to create an Easter garden for our outdoor RE area.

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Red Nose Day!

posted on 22nd Mar '19 by sophie-gilbert

The children enjoyed showing off their red noses to raise money for Comic Relief.  

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Ready, Steady, Go!!

posted on 22nd Mar '19 by sophie-gilbert

The children took part in pancake races in the school hall to celebrate Shrove Tuesday.

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Ash Wednesday Liturgy

posted on 7th Mar '19 by wendy-clark

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. The Chaplaincy Team led the whole school in prayer and Deacon Adrian kindly administered the ashes to remind us that Lent is a time for prayer, reconciliation and …

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Making Temples

posted on 25th Jan '19 by katie-mills

After hearing the story about Jesus going to the Temple, the children worked together to make their own Temples out of wooden bricks.

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Looking For Jesus!

posted on 25th Jan '19 by katie-mills

In RE the Nursery children heard the story about Jesus going to the Temple and getting lost.  The children used a wooden figure to represent Jesus and took it in turns to hide Jesus around …

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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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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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