Celebrating together

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We began the year reflecting on our character – using mirrors to find out what others see and looking outwards through windows and onto the world. We considered how we should be looking after the world around us. Finally we thought about opening doors for other people – how can we help our family and friends as well as those that we don’t know but who need our help through fundraising and prayer.

‘I have set before you an open door, and no one can shut it’ Revelations 3:8

We celebrated Harvest this year in church with lots of family members

We had been picking our own harvest of plums and apples. The older pupils considered the effects of global warming on harvest

Our theme after half term was compassion – we learnt about the many people who had given their lives to help others during  wars and unrest in countries all over the world. In particular we learnt about countries who work together to help each other in times of difficulty.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-derbyshire-50075302/the-derbyshire-village-recreated-out-of-fruit-cake

In early November we enjoyed a visit to the church to look at the famous cake – our school can be seen here made of cake – its just to the right of the church. The whole village was made of cake!

 

 

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