Hello everyone, next week is Holy Week. To help you take part in the week at home, I have put together a collection of ideas with links to access videos, activities and prayers for each day. You can follow along in the steps of Jesus from Palm Sunday through to Easter Sunday, exploring the events that occurred on each day. Most of the activities are for all ages so you can participate in them as a whole family. I hope you find the resources useful.
If you are looking for something else to do, maybe you could make a farm. Don’t worry if you don’t have any animals you could make your own. Maybe you could use brown lego blocks for cows, or pegs for pigs, maybe a plastic plate could be a pond, it’s really up to you what your farm looks like.
Have fun over the Easter holidays, there are so many great ideas on the internet, but I bet you can come up with your own. But most importantly stay safe and look after each other.
Year 1 have been learning about our school green screen. The children and Mr Patterson thought it would be exciting to design our very own invisibility cloaks and see if we could use them to disguise ourselves.
Today, we read the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, and talked about how the magic beans grew into a giant beanstalk. We have planted our own beans in soil and watered them to help them grow. We cant wait to see what happens!
During Crama this week the children have been practicing the different scenes for our Joseph performance. We have nearly learnt all of the songs for the first half of the performance along running through each of the first 5 scenes. Mrs Horne and Mr Patterson are very impressed with all of the children as they are working very hard to learn their parts.