Together, we love, learn and grow with God
The school has close links with St Edmund’s Church. Major festivals are celebrated in Church and parents and friends are always welcome to join the staff and children.
Right to withdraw:
It is possible for parents to withdraw children from Collective Worship. This is a Church School and it is hoped that parents will appreciate and respect the ethos of the school.
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, which invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost.
Rev Anna started our events with a morning of creative and reflective Prayer stations including the children making prayer bracelets. Later in the week we made a Prayer Pillar which developed into a
Prayer Tent. The children have each written a prayer, thinking carefully about a different part of the Lord’s Prayer.
White – God is holy, we praise God
Blue – we pray for peace and love in the world
Green – thanking God for what he gives us and asking him to help those who need help or comfort
Red – we say sorry for things we have done and ask for strength to forgive others
Yellow – we ask God for his help to do the right things
Purple – we trust in God and have hope in him.
Thank you for the Holy Spirit and Pentecost,
Thank you for the world you made and the kind people you put in it.
Thank you for your own son, Jesus and the difference he makes to our lives.
Thank you for the guidance you give in everything we do.
Lord, please help us to remember the attacks, not just in Manchester, France and London but everywhere.
Help us to realise that these attacks are from big bullies
And we can, together defeat them with your love.
Let us put aside our differences in our time of need.
Let us try to amend the damage done and show we care about others as you care about us.
Let us think about those who have lost their lives and remember them.
Thank you God for all the helpers in the world.
Alicia Year 6