We reflected on the significance of the 'Christingle' during Collective Worship today.
The Symbolism of Christingle
Each piece of the Christingle holds special symbolism to help children understand the importance of Jesus and the Gospel, and its relevance at Christmas time.
The orange represents the world
The red ribbon (or tape) symbolises the love and blood of Christ
The sweets and dried fruit represent all of God's creations
The lit candle represents Jesus's light in the world, bringing hope to people living in darkness
Throughout advent we are learning about what each candle represents.
We sang songs, shared our prayer pebbles and lit candles at our Reception Welcome Service
We enjoyed Collective Worship outside today and learnt about Rhoda and Peter (Acts 12).
Year 5 pupils led our whole school worship on the theme of Pentecost
Year 1 children enjoyed being part of our 'open the book' assembly this week.
We enjoyed our first collective worship in church with Reverend Rink!
We enjoyed having collective worship on the playground on Monday. It was lovely to celebrate our achievements outside!
We welcomed Reverend Rink in style by singing, sharing poems, acting and sharing learning alongside our 3D canvases.
Our collective worship programmes are linked to Christian values.
Our Spiritual Garden
Pupils from Owls Class planned and led Collective Worship on the theme of Epiphany.
We have been learning about Christingle and the significance of each part of the Christingle.
We learned about 'The wisdom to build our lives on firm foundations' through the story of The Two Houses
We have been learning about Epiphany
On Friday 3rd October 2014 we said goodbye to Reverend Eve and wished her all the best in her new role in Gillingham. We sang to her and gave her gifts and a beautiful cake. We all enjoyed tea and cake after the service.
In October 2014 we shared our Harvest Festival with Port Regis Pre Prep in St Mary's Church
The Whole School takes part in a service for Remembrance
We learn about stories in the Bible through Role Play
We have been learning about Shrove Tuesday
We began our worship with a pancake flipping competition.
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