Religious Education


During RE, Year 3 are answering the key question, ‘What events are important to people of the Jewish Faith?’ The boys and girls have read the story of Esther and understand the significance of Purim. To celebrate in style, the children designed and created their own carnival masks and had great fun


As part of our RE topic in year 4, the children enjoyed a visit to the Iskcon Hindu temple in Newcastle. The children enjoyed learning about the history of the temple, how it is used by the local Hindu community, its important features and the Gods that are worshipped there. They were also intereste


This term in Year 2, we have been learning about Islam. We have focused on celebrations within the religion and Muslim marriages. The children enjoyed making links between their previous RE topic of Christianity, where we also looked at marriages. On Tuesday, we visited Newcastle Central Mosque to h


Year One have been learning all about Christmas traditions. The children have listened to the Christmas story and also learnt about the symbolism of Christingles. They learnt about what each part of the Christingle represents and found out that they are used in churches at Christmas time. The childr


On Friday, our wonderful superstars in Years 1 and 2 performed Prickly Hay to two fantastic audiences. During the play, the boys and girls sang, danced and acted out the story of the birth of Jesus and reminded us why we celebrate Christmas. All of the children who took part in the play did so with


Year 6 have been learning about Judaism and the Sukkot Festival where Jews celebrate being the years they were in the desert before being led into the Promised Land. As part of this celebration, they build Sukkahs, which are temporary huts where they spend the week eating, praying and sleeping. The


Today was Reception’s time to shine as they performed the Wriggly Nativity. The children performed in the morning for grandparents and in the afternoon for parents day carers with both shows being fantastic. During the show, the boys and girls sang, danced and recited lines to present the story of t