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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

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Aspire not have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero

Religious Education

Our Remembrance Day Reflection

 

 In addition to observing the two minute silence at 11 o’clock we held our own reflection on what we are remembering and offered thanks for all of the soldiers; both past and present, who have fought to keep peace in our world. 🌎

Completing our Chosen People 

 

We completed our watercolour modern art images of our favourite ‘Chosen People’ story and reflected on why we liked the story and what message we can take into our own lives. We also thought about any ‘Big Questions’ we had about the stories. 

Reviewing our work on ‘Chosen People’ and illustrating and describing which story was our favourite and why. 
 

Here are our Year 1 children illustrating theirs on our new Purple Mash software on the laptops. Year 2 are examining our art pictures to illustrate and paint their favourite. 

Going Green for Cafod and bringing harvest donations for the Wellspring in Stockport. Helping our global neighbours and those closer to home. 😀

We remember how special Mary is during the month of October and discuss what the rosary beads are. 

Daniel and the Lions

 

Our third ‘Chosen People’ area of learning was the story of Daniel and the lions. We re-enacted the story through drama frieze frames which we then brought to life and we used our roles to say what the character we were playing might have been thinking or saying and how they would be feeling. We did an amazing job as you can see from the photographs below… 🦁 

Chosen People

 

We created triptychs inspired by different modern art pictures we looked at following hearing the story of how Moses was chosen and protected by God. We chose words linked to the story to frame our art work and then wrote senses poems; imagining that we were there, watching, from amongst the reeds…🌾

Here are some pictures of our finished triptychs and senses poems…

God Chooses Abraham

 

Our first Chosen Person story from the Old Testament is about Abraham. We each created a lift the flap story board to explain what Abraham did and why. ⭐️ 

Bible Encounter Enacting the story of The Precious Pearl

We Join Together in Prayer

 

We reflected on the reading from Isaiah where we are reminded to use our gifts and talents; to let our light shine for all to see. We also spoke about speaking to God in prayer; to find moments in our day to thank him, to say sorry or to ask for his help and guidance. We also spoke about letting our worries see the light too; hand them over to God. We then made time for us all to offer a prayer; either spoken to share or in the silence of our hearts. 

Chosen by God Self Portraits

 

As we studied our images in the mirror and compared our similarities and differences to our friends, we reflected on how we are unique, special and given special gifts and talents by God. We asked the question, ‘who has God chosen me to be?’ Our portraits and our responses can be seen adorning our classroom wall to remind us each and every day of how special and chosen we are and that God asks us to follow him every day.🌟

 

 

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