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Elmsett C of E Primary School

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Elmsett C of E Primary School

Worship

Here at Elmsett, Worship and Religious Education are the foundations upon which our school ethos is built.  As part of this a collective act of worship is held each day and is led by the staff, children and visitors.

We have strong links with St Peter’s C of E Church and The Methodist Church.  We regularly welcome the Reverend Jackson and Alicia Holmes (Outreach Worker for the Methodist church) into school.

 

RE Long Term Plan

EYFS Scheme of Work for RE

Rev. Jackson Crompton-Battersby comes in to take assembly each week.
Rev. Jackson Crompton-Battersby comes in to take assembly each week.
Many thanks to all the children who took part in the Everlasting Light project raising money for the Tear Fund.
Many thanks to all the children who took part in the Everlasting Light project raising money for the Tear Fund.
Janina was delighted to win the Diocesan Christmas Card Competition this year - Congratulations Janina!
Janina was delighted to win the Diocesan Christmas Card Competition this year - Congratulations Janina!
The children supported Children in Need this year by wearing something bright or spotty  for a donation.  There was also a teddy bear head wear competition and a cake sale.
The children supported Children in Need this year by wearing something bright or spotty for a donation. There was also a teddy bear head wear competition and a cake sale.
We took part in the Red, White and Blue day raising money for the three main service charities. The children celebrated the 100 year anniversary of the end of World War 1, completing a variety of activities.
We took part in the Red, White and Blue day raising money for the three main service charities. The children celebrated the 100 year anniversary of the end of World War 1, completing a variety of activities.
Harvest donations for FIND from our Harvet Service at st. Peter's Church.
Harvest donations for FIND from our Harvet Service at st. Peter's Church.
Open the Book Assembly
Open the Book Assembly

Kagera day

The children had an amazing day learning all about Kagera in Tanzania. They worked in their teams and took part in four workshops.

In the clothing and messages workshop, they found out about Kangas, cloth that they use for many different purposes; carrying babies, putting on their heads to help carry water and wearing. They also had the opportunity to make a kanga.

In the schools and learning workshop they learnt to count to 10 in Swahili and looked at the similarities and differences between their and our schools.

Food and health taught the children all about the food they eat and they learnt the Swahili names for the fruit that they were able to try.

Church and worship workshop was all spoken in Swahili, the children sang songs, looked at artefacts and learnt about their church practices.

At the end of the day the children took part in an assembly where the team leaders and their deputies explained about what they had done and learnt and the children took part in singing and miming for songs that they had learnt.

It was a fabulous day and the children learnt a great deal about another culture.

Worship group wrote  and read their own prayers on thankfulness in our school assembly today 25/01/18
Worship group wrote and read their own prayers on thankfulness in our school assembly today 25/01/18

The Suffolk Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education forms the basis of the Religious Education policy for the school.

Each term we focus on a different theme.

Please see the Collective Worship Plan for more details.

 

Worship group took an assembly on responsibility . They read Jonah and the Whale and told a story they had made up about caring for  pets.
Worship group took an assembly on responsibility . They read Jonah and the Whale and told a story they had made up about caring for pets.