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Christmas Carol Service

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On Thursday 21st December, the whole school walked up to St Saviours Church to take part in our Carol Service. There were readings, songs and prayers to help us to remember what Christmas is really all about. Andrew and Graham joined us and led the prayers and also the choir sang 'Child in a manger born' - a favourite with many of the staff. Lots of parents helped us with the walk and we are very grateful as it would be difficult without them. It was lovely to see so many parents and visitors in the congregation too.

Methodist Art Exihibition

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The Worship Group represented the school admirably. The confident singing and synchronized actions were seamless.

Remembrance Prayer Walk

On Monday13th November, the whole school went on a Remembrance Prayer Walk to think about the brave people who have been killed or injured while fighting for our peace and freedom. We gathered in the hall and sang a song then we went outside to the Prayer Walk. Mrs Ranson and Mrs Bange had prepared a card for everyone with prayers to say at each point. The older children helped the little ones with the reading. It was a very quiet and thoughtful time.
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Harvest Festival at St Saviours Church

On Friday 6th October, we all walked up to St Saviours Church to celebrate harvest. Every class played an important role in the service which was about water. We are blessed in this country with plentiful, clean water but in some places in the world water can be a real problem. It can carry diseases or be very scarce.

It was lovely to be a part of the church community at St Saviours again and to worship in such beautiful surroundings.

All Age Worship

On Sunday 17th September, our choir took part in the All Age Worship Service at the Methodist Church. They performed the story of Elmer and sang for everyone. The next day, they performed for the school. We all joined in with the song actions and we enjoyed their play. It was fabulous!