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Anti-bullying week 13th -17th November.

Good advice from the children in EYFS to scare away bullies! "Make a monster to scare them!" The children used coloured paper, pom-poms, pipe cleaners and googly eyes to make some amazing "Worry Monsters"  that not only scare away bullies but also love to eat any worry you have too! 

RE Day October 25th 2017  

Theme: ”Buildings” or “Places of Worship”

To link ideas where possible to “Hull City of Culture”

 Objective: To investigate and be able to describe different “sacred places” or “places of worship” belonging to one or more of the six main faiths.

Children in EYFS enjoyed looking at different 2D shapes found in pictures of local church buildings and windows in Hornsea They cut out shapes to make a church steeple for example and used coloured tissue paper to make the stained glass windows.  Year 1 linked Maths and RE by counting animals in 2’s into Noah’s Ark and later looked at different places of worship  such as a Jewish Synagogue, Hindu Temple, Buddhist Wat or Sikh Gurdwara. 1KR also took a virtual tour around a Christian church.  Year2 studied “Places of Worship” in Hornsea and found out what happens during a church service. They also looked carefully at where other faith groups worship by comparing pictures of different buildings. Year3 invited a special visitor from the United Reformed Church to come and talk about the “inside” of the church. The children asked lots of interesting questions and discovered some new vocabulary such as pews for the seating and a Bible stand called a lectern.  Year 4 looked at art in different churches and compared the ceilings of The Holy Trinity Church in Hull with St Nicholas Church in Hornsea and also The Sistine Chapel in Rome. They even had a go at drawing on a piece of paper taped under the tables whilst lying on their backs… fun but not easy!

Year 5 designed their own churches and stained glass windows by comparing Christian church building materials, style, furniture and things in common that they all have, including stained glass windows, towers, steeples and gargoyles.

Year 6 found out about different places of worship in our area and focused on the different symbols of faith found in each. 6NF designed their own stained glass windows as a way of conveying a message or Christian story. 6SP used their knowledge of different symbols and church formats to design their own “Prayer Gardens” with the emphasis on a special and peaceful place. A very busy day.

Autumn Term 1 RE 2017

EYFS have been finding out about the special celebrations and collection of fruit and vegetables at Harvest Festival time. Year 1 and 2 have been thinking about themselves and discovering that they are "unique" They all have different interests, and that people have all kinds of different beliefs.

Archbishop of York Young Leaders Award

EYFS have talked about some of the things they'd like to get better at during the new year and they have created a New Year's Resolutions Tree by writing their ideas on a leaf.

New Year's Resolutions

New Year's Resolutions 1

"Happy New Year"

Spring Term 1

Year 1 and 2 started our new term with a special New Year assembly; "What would you like to get better at this year?"

New beginnings.

New beginnings. 1
Autumn Term 2016

Congratulations to Natasha in 1KL

for winning a prize "for her beautiful drawing of the angelic host"  in the North Holderness Churches together annual Christmas card competition. Her special certificate was presented by Mr. Keith Robinson during our Friday Stars Assembly.

Winning designs may be printed and distributed around the Holderness area ready for Christmas 2016.

Multicultural day 2016

 
Who do you think you are?

Objectives:

  • To know that they belong to various groups and communities, such as family or school. To identify and respect the differences and similarities between people.
  • To carry out a survey of the class/Year Group/school to find out who has family members in different parts of the world.

 

Celebrating the Queen's birthday. "Happy Birthday your Majesty!"
RE Autumn term 2016  "Thinking about Harvest time and Harvest Festival"

Harvest Festival preparations Y3 and Y4

 As part of our Harvest Festival celebrations, Mrs L. Joy in Year 5 asked Hornsea Community Primary School children if they could bring in lots of different food so we could give it to the Hornsea Food bank. A Big Thank You to everyone... 
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