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On Thursday 4th April all the children walked to St Andrew’s Church in Paull. The Easter Service was lead by Rev. Sue Pulko. The children sang really well and the children in Class 3 retold the Easter Story clearly and confidently. Well done to all the children. Rev. Sue commented on how well the children sang. Easter wishes to all.
In RE on Thursday we were looking at different ways that people of faith can show their beliefs through the clothes they wear. We looked at Hinduism and Sari’s and tried some Sari’s on before designing an outfit that represents what we believe. There were some really great designs centres around showing our families that we love them, looking after the planet and taking care of animals.
There was a good turnout of parents and carers for our Carol Service. The new Reverent Susan Pulko took the service together with readings of the nativity from Year 6, some individual singing by Lucie, Izobel and Rudy, and a costume display from class 1. The singing was beautiful and the reading loud and clear. A super end to the Autumn term. A big thank goes to Mrs Burn.
Class 1 performed their Christmas Nativity Play today to Class 2 and 3 in the morning and, parents and carers in the afternoon. There were rave reviews from pupils and parents. The costumes and back drops were great, singing was fantastic and the lines were read clearly and loudly. You would be forgiven to think that this was performed by older children because of the slick and smooth way the play went. A big thank you goes to Mrs Beadle and Mrs Threlfall for helping with the back drops, organising the children and supporting them during the play. An even bigger thank you goes to Miss Doney who wrote, produced and directed the play and gave the children a super platform to show their talents. The final sold out performance is tomorrow afternoon. Well done to all of Class 1!
Mrs Burn and Rev Philip West came into school for our Christingle Assembly. Mrs Burn and Mrs Wigg helped the children make the Christingles during the morning. Then we had an assembly at the end of the day to celebrate the meaning of our Christingles. They learnt that the orange represents the earth, the red ribbon represents the blood of Jesus, the four sticks represents the seasons, the raisins represent the food of the world and the candle the light of Jesus. Many parents and family attended to make the assembly another memorable celebration. Thank you to all those who contributed to the charity part of Christingle.
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