Category RE


What an amazing time we had!

On Tuesday the choir traveled down to the Royal Albert Hall to participate in Prom Praise for Schools. We had a rehearsal with all of the other participating schools (there were 64 schools from as far afield as Sevenoaks, Leighton Buzzard and Chorley Wood), the All Souls Orchestra and other performers first and then the …


Florence Nightingale

Years 1-4 enjoyed a workshop with ‘Florence Nightingale’ today. They learnt about her life in the Victorian time, her nursing career and her achievements that are still recognised today.


RE- The miracles of Jesus.

We created mini dramas about the Miracles of Jesus in Year 4 which are told in the Bible. Here we are in action.


British Values week

Theme of the British values week this year was “The Men and Women of Faith Who Changed the World”.  As children explored what British Values look like in Christ Church School, they were introduced to six inspirational people who fought to shape the values today.  Each year group focused on one person from the following: Florence Nightingale, Elizabeth Fry, Rosa Parks, Thomas Barnardo, Emmeline Pankhurst, William Wilberforce.


World Religion Day

On Monday, the theme for our worship was looking at World Religion Day and the children celebrated the many similarities and differences of the five main world religions. We also learnt how people from different faiths come together tackling issues around the world, such as poverty and hunger. In light of this we have decided …


Prom Praise For Schools

On 19th March the school choir will be going to the Royal Albert Hall to participate in Prom Praise For Schools. This is a Christian Arts project which culminates in an interactive live music experience at the Royal Albert Hall featuring a massed choir of 2000 London primary school children and the world-renowned All Souls Orchestra under …


Christmas Community Visits

In the last week of last term 33 children for KS2 visited various local Nursing Homes to deliver some festive music to the residents and staff. The choir, orchestra and bells group all performed and there were also some soloists. Our visits were much appreciated and important part of our service to the local community. …


Harvest gifts

Just before half-term Y6 took Harvest gifts to the residents of Leathersellers Court. They spoke to some of the residents who were very appreciative and we have already received a thank you letter. The rest of the harvest gifts from our service have been given to the food bank.


Harvest Thanksgiving week

This week, as part of Harvest Thanksgiving week, the children have been learning about climate change.  Children have reflected upon their own attitudes and behaviour surrounding the issue and came up with some pledges and action plans.  School council and the Global Neighbours committee have gathered these ideas and been looking to see how we …


Y1 have been making Sukkah

As part of our RE unit on Judaism, Y1 today made their own models of a Sukkah, the little huts made to celebrate the Jewish festival of Sukkot. The class used balsa wood for the frame and then decorated with natural materials, pictures of flowers, fruit and vegetables and a few extra trimmings! Jewish families …

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