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St Paul's Catholic Primary School
A Voluntary Academy
Aspire not have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero
We freeze framed the point at which the Disciples watched Jesus went back to heaven to be with his Father. We thought about how they would be feeling.
We created ‘Resurrection’ paintings to express how we felt when we listened to the story of Jesus rising from the dead.
We acted out the story of Jesus choosing his disciples. They left their fishing boats to follow him.
We learnt about the sacrament of Baptism and how we become part of God’s family.
Our Lent penitential service with Father Peter.
We thought about promises we could make during Lent to prepare us for Easter.
Mrs Dearden from Mission Together came to speak to us about the charity and how they help others in need.
We turned our classroom into a church and discussed the reasons why we go and what we do there. The children joined in enthusiastically with the hymns, prayers and offertory. We discussed how going to church might make you feel.
We had a collective worship and heard the story of the presentation of Jesus in the temple.
Mr Fraser from Bible encounters cane to tell us a story about Jesus. The story told us to always have faith in God.
We visited church and attended mass as part of our advent celebrations.
Our Advent collective worship. We thought about how we should prepare for the birth of Jesus.
Our Advent candles with our promises for the next 4 Sundays before we celebrate the birthday of Jesus.
During collective worship the children led the way with the actions to our morning hymn.
We read the story of the angel appearing to Mary to tell her she was to have the Son of God. We acted out the story and thought about how Mary felt at this time.
We read the story of Noah and the ark. We discussed how the rainbow is a sign of God’s promise that he will always love us. We made a rainbow using items from our classroom.