In our Religious Education lesson we reflected on our school mission,
'Christ is the centre of our school community
where we live, love and learn together.'
We thought of so many ways our class family can live, love and learn together and displayed them on our 'Mission Tree' display.
Are you cooperative, kind, responsible, forgiving, supportive, respectful, compassionate, faithful and patient? These were only a few of our choices.
We have accepted our mission to follow in the
footsteps of Jesus.
How can you do this today?
Let us pray...
At the start of our new school year we wrote some asking prayers. We want God's help with the challenges that lie ahead. All our prayers are in our prayer area and we share them when we pray together in the morning.
What would you like God's help with?
Help me this year to persevere
to improve my handwriting and get my letter heights right.
Help me to pray more often to your son Jesus.
Lord in your mercy...
hear my prayer
Beginning our work on
' Belonging - We gather as God's family'
Team work was definitely dream work when we worked in groups to decide on what responsibilities and qualities were necessary in our school family.
Some of our ideas...
We have to be mature and share with others...
We must be supportive when our friends get something wrong.
We must persevere and not let our school group down.
Would you be a fisher of men?
In our Religious Education lessons we read the story of the 'Call of the Disciples' and sorted reasons for and against answering Jesus's call. After careful consideration and much debating, the majority of Beech class decided that the answer was YES but it would be difficult to leave your family, friends and home!
A Blessing for the New School Year
Beech class were delighted to welcome Deacon Tim to their class to celebrate the start of our new school year. It was a really reverent and special occasion when we gathered to ask God’s blessing on
and all the time remembering that Jesus is at the heart of all that we do.
Month of the Holy Souls
During the month of November, Beech class are remembering those people who we love and who have died. We also remember those who have no one to pray for them. We have also reflected on Remembrance Sunday and the many who lost their lives in war.
Share this prayer together as a family at home.
We are praying and learning it together in class.
Eternal rest grant unto them O Lord,
and let perpetual light shine upon them.
May they rest in peace.
After our first Mass of the new half term, we prayed together for our deceased family and friends.
We lit a candle and remembered them.