Our Church School Values
The six Church School Values we are learning about this year are:
Our Church School Value for this Term is:
"As for you brothers and sisters, never tire of doing what is good."
2 Thessolonians 3 V.13
Working towards a goal in difficult circumstances.
What does it mean to persevere?
Why and how do the paralysed man's friends persevere?
Who demonstrates perseverance to you?
How can we encourage others to persevere?
How are we preparing for Christmas?
How did people in the bible prepare for the birth of Jesus?
How and why do we celebrate Christmas?
Do we all celebrate in the same way?
We will finish the term with our Christmas church service, led by the members of the collective worship council, at 2:15pm on Tuesday 12th December.
Our Prayer Walk
We went on a prayer walk around school with Reverend Sue Allison. We thanked God for our school and our grounds.
Padre Ian Brown came to our school today to lead Collective Worship. He introduced us to his friend 'Grandpa' and told us a story from the bible about friendship.
Our Cairn Service
We all enjoyed our cairn service and the children and staff who have recently joined us at Coningsby, St Michaels painted a pebble and placed it on our cairn.
Reverend Margaret Done blessed all the pebbles for us.
Rev Eleanor Smith led our Collective Worship today. She brought two of her own friends with her and we talked about the importance of friendship.