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We would like to say that we are so proud of all of our pupils and their resilience and attitude in what has been a difficult year and a half, thanks you wonderful children you are FAB. A special mention to the year 6 pupils who leave us today; we sincerely wish you the very best as you move to secondary school, but offer an open invitation if any of you would like to come and see us in the future......... keep us informed of how things are going. Stay safe over the summer period and we look forward to seeing everone back on Thursday 2nd September- bright eyed and bushy tailed. .................. please keep an eye out for parentmails during the summer break as there is lots to share with you all........................Let us hope that next year is 'normal' and that we can enjoy being together in class and in school. Thanks to all the parents that have worked so hard to help their children through lockdowns, both academically and emotionally...........we know how difficult it was. Stay safe!
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Freemantle

Church of England Community Academy Trust

Collective Worship

At Freemantle we value and respect the beliefs of others and learn about the different religions and worldviews they may have. We follow the agreed syllabus, Living Difference III, in our RE lessons and, as a Church of England School, we also use the scheme Understanding Christianity, a recommended syllabus from the dioceses.  In KS1 the chosen second religion is Judaism. In KS2 we look at other religions such as Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Please see the attached document which outlines the topics your child will be taught in RE this year.

In September 2017 Miss Myszkowski invited all children across the school to take part in a competition. The competition was for everyone to design a Collective Worship pebble. The designs were given to Mrs Newbold, who selected the winning entry for each class. She then worked with those children to paint the pebbles for each class.

 

But why pebbles?

 

The idea behind the pebble is to represent the children in each class in our school. Each pebble will live in the Reflection Areas in each classroom and carried into our whole school Worship sessions, where the pebbles will be placed on the table with the cross, bible and candle, which represent the Holy Trinity. The pebbles symbolise how we all come together in worship and together embrace our school values of Fellowship, Creativity and Courage.

 

A huge thank you to Mrs Newbold for all of her hard work and special thanks to the children who the following children who created the winning designs:

 

Nurture Group: Lilly

Reception: Isla and Lily

Year 1: torres and Noha

Year 2: Melina and Natalia

Year 3: Amelia and Hanan

Year 4: Tyrhyce and Zeba

Year 5: Sabrina

Year 6: Witek and Ridley

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