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September 2017 We had our Church Afternoon when the volunteers from St Matthews came in to work with classes to share about the litiurgical calendar. That sounds complicated but what it really measn is why we have different colours in church at different times. Mr Hurst also led collective worship where he showed us the different clothes that he wears.

14th June 2017: Mrs Jessup came to lead collective worship today. It was all about transformers- how we can be a transformer of others through our behaviour and actions.

14th June 2017: Mrs Jessup came to lead collective worship today. It was all about transformers- how we can be a transformer of others through our behaviour and actions.  1
14th June 2017: Mrs Jessup came to lead collective worship today. It was all about transformers- how we can be a transformer of others through our behaviour and actions.  2
14th June 2017: Mrs Jessup came to lead collective worship today. It was all about transformers- how we can be a transformer of others through our behaviour and actions.  3
14th June 2017: Mrs Jessup came to lead collective worship today. It was all about transformers- how we can be a transformer of others through our behaviour and actions.  4
14th June 2017: Mrs Jessup came to lead collective worship today. It was all about transformers- how we can be a transformer of others through our behaviour and actions.  5
14th June 2017: Mrs Jessup came to lead collective worship today. It was all about transformers- how we can be a transformer of others through our behaviour and actions.  6
14th June 2017: Mrs Jessup came to lead collective worship today. It was all about transformers- how we can be a transformer of others through our behaviour and actions.  7

Advent 2016: Our friends from St Matthews came into school to teach us about advent and one the traditions of this time; the Jesse Tree. Here are the Jesse Trees we made in our classrooms over the period of advent.

Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15

Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 1 Savannah N
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 2 Meg F
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 3 Max E
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 4 Luke S
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 5 James B
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 6 Isabelle and Matilda F
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 7 Grace G
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 8 Florence G
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 9 Eloise and Chloe P
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 10 Elizabeth N
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 11 Anya S
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 12 Louis M
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 13 Sani B
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 14 Oliver S
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 15 Millie B
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 16
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 17 Ewan R
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 18 Connie L
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 19 Beatrice J
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 20 Alice L
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 21
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 22
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 23
Peace Doves made by the children Dec 15 24

Christmas Church Service 2015

Christmas Church Service 2015 1
Christmas Church Service 2015 2
Christmas Church Service 2015 3

Christingle 2015

On December 4th, we welcomed volunteers from St Matthews Church for a whole-school Christingle celebration. Each volunteer shared the Christingle with a pair of year-group classes, explaining the importance of the symbols and why Christians make a Christingle at this time of year.

 

The children then made their own Christingle to take home and share what they had learned with their family.

 

Thank you very much to Mrs Fewtrell for organising things at Church and to all the volunteers who made it such a wonderful afternoon:

 

  • Miss Booth
  • Mrs Newman
  • Mr Montgomery
  • Mr Stevens
  • Mr Kaye
  • Mrs Fewtrell
  •  Mr Hurst

 

The Christingle was supported by two generous local supermarkets. Thank you to Morrisons on Lincoln Road and Sainsbury's on Oxney Road for their very kind donations. They get a huge amount of requests for help, so we are incredibly grateful to have been chosen to receive the donations.

 

It was a fantastic way to start our Christmas celebrations at Eye CE Primary School.

Ask your children to tell you about their Christingle. You could even make another at home together!

Thank you to all children and parents/carers for your kind donations for Operation Christmas Child this year. We made 79 boxes! That means 79 children will know that someone from the Christian community around the world cares about them . Huge thanks to Mrs Fewtrell for taking the boxes to the drop off, and to her daughters for helping unload them!

Thank you to all children and parents/carers for your kind donations for Operation Christmas Child this year. We made 79 boxes!  That means 79 children will know that someone from the Christian community around the world cares about them . Huge thanks to Mrs Fewtrell for taking the boxes to the drop off, and to her daughters for helping unload them! 1

On 11th November, we held a very special collective worship of remembrance in honour of Armistice Day. Mr Kaye led the service. We joined the country in the two minutes silence then heard beautiful prayers written by our year 3 and 4 children. It was a very social time spent in reflection on how lucky we are today because of those who have given their lives in conflict.

On 11th November, we held a very special collective worship of remembrance in honour of Armistice Day. Mr Kaye led the service.  We joined the country in the two minutes silence then heard beautiful prayers written by our year 3 and 4 children. It was a very social time spent in reflection on how lucky we are today because of those who have given their lives in conflict. 1
On 11th November, we held a very special collective worship of remembrance in honour of Armistice Day. Mr Kaye led the service.  We joined the country in the two minutes silence then heard beautiful prayers written by our year 3 and 4 children. It was a very social time spent in reflection on how lucky we are today because of those who have given their lives in conflict. 2
On 11th November, we held a very special collective worship of remembrance in honour of Armistice Day. Mr Kaye led the service.  We joined the country in the two minutes silence then heard beautiful prayers written by our year 3 and 4 children. It was a very social time spent in reflection on how lucky we are today because of those who have given their lives in conflict. 3
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