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R.E related themed days & events

Harvest

 

We had a harvest festival day on Thursday 30th September.

We collected non-perishable food items to donate to the Black Country Food Bank. 

Classes had discussions about what harvest is all about & why we donate food.

See below for the activities that we enjoyed taking part in:

Diwali

 

We had a Diwali themed day on Thursday 4th October.

Classes learnt about the festival of Diwali & we all made Diwali keepsakes.

See below for the activities that we enjoyed taking part in:

Bonfire Night

 

We had a bonfire themed day on Friday 5th October.

Classes learnt about Bonfire Night & we enjoyed taking part in bonfire related activities including a sparkler experience, singing songs & some Bonfire Night poetry.

See below for the activities that we enjoyed taking part in:

Remembrance Day

 

We commemorated Remembrance Day on Thursday 11th November.

In the lead up to this day each class made a poppy wreath and every child made a plastic poppy. These plastic poppies were added to and around a tree on our school field. At 11 o'clock on Thursday 11th November, the whole school congregated around our poppy tree memorial and each class presented their wreaths, then everyone took part in a two minute silence to remember our brave soldiers. 

Christmas Boxes

 

Thank you for your kind contributions towards our Christmas Boxes for the Samaritans Purse. These contributions have now all been boxed up with the help of Pastor Peach from Tipton Christian Church and our school council representatives. We all enjoyed packing the boxes and were overwhelmed by your generosity. Thanks to you, we managed to pack 23 boxes, which will go to children across the world less privileged than ourselves. 

World Religion Day

 

We celebrated World Religion Day on Friday 14th January. 

World religion day promotes interfaith understanding and harmony. It encourages all religions to recognise the similarities between them and it highlights that religion plays a role in bringing humanity together.   

We thought about the 6 main religions (Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddishm, Sikhism and Judaism) and years 5 & 6 also had a think about some religions that are less well known (Babsim, Haymanot, Meivazhi, Nastik, Manchu).

See below for the activities that we enjoyed taking part in:

Chinese New Year

 

We celebrated Chinese New Year on Tuesday 1st February. This year is the year of the tiger. We looked at how this special time is celebrated in China and had a little quiz based on our learning. All classes had a research & creative task to undertake. The research task included finding out about the animal for the year that they were born and the characteristics of that animal. The creative task for each year group was decided by our school council representatives.

See below for the activities that we enjoyed taking part in:

We will also be celebrating:

  • World Day of Cultural Diversity

in the coming weeks.

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