RE, Worship and Values
" I am the vine and you are the branches. If you remain rooted in me, and I in you, you will bear much fruit".
John 15 v 5
St.Lawrence church Easter garden
Easter wall display outside St. Lawrence church
OUR SCHOOL STATEMENT OF INTENT
Learning together, rooted in God, pupils at St Lawrence Church of England Primary School are easy to distinguish by the personal qualities they present. They are happy, confident, articulate children with a love of learning, who recognise and celebrate their own individuality and that of other members of our community. They are generous, kind and welcoming; they are forgiving and understand justice. With God by their side, they face the world with resilience, integrity and joy.
God's Wonderful World Competition
We had some lovely entries that really encapsulated how wonderful a world we live in. Our Worship and Values Committee chose the winners. Thank you to all children who entered.
First place : Daisy Maskell (Reception)
Second Place : Isaac and Jonah Challoner (Year 3 and Reception)
Third place : Zain and Yusuf Mal (Year 6 and Year 1)
Here are some of the other entries for you to see. We think you will agree they are beautiful.
Eva's picture :
Lottie's picture :
Tilly's picture :
This activity is ready for Lent and is aimed at KS2 children and produced by the Archbishop of York Youth Trust. Pilgrim Pathways has 6 weeks of content and will take pupils on a pilgrimage journey through Lent, looking at 6 different items that are important on a walking pilgrimage. Each week will focus on a different item.
Download the Pilgrim Pathways file at the bottom of this page.
Mrs Loughran would love to hear from pupils who are taking up this challenge so if they can get in touch using my email (firstname.lastname@example.org) that would be great.
Spirited Arts Competition
Here is Hannah's beautiful entry... well done Hannah.
RE AND WORSHIP
The school Statement of Intent is at the very heart of everything we do in school. In Religious Education lessons and in Worship, as we learn together, we are rooted in God. All that we do conveys this message from the smallest of interactions to the hardest of challenges. At the heart of our learning lies our Christian values – these are what make us distinct. Children learn values for life, which have prominence throughout everything we do and are celebrated through half-termly award ceremonies. Values such as happiness, respect, resilience and joy permeate all we do. The teaching of Religious Education is at the heart of our curriculum; our practice is creative and we use as many other subjects as possible to bring God’s message to our children. Our links with St Lawrence Church and local community mean that events held in church and school are very well attended. This really is a school at the heart of its village.