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Godly Play

 

Anne Lawlor Reverend at St Peter's visited Year 3 to tell the story of Noah's Arc through 'Godly Play'. The children really enjoyed the session and talked as a class about what would happen if a character was removed from the story.

 

Another 'Godly Play' session was all about the story of Moses and the people of God's struggle in the desert. We shared and tasted matzo bread, a Jewish flatbread, whilst listening to the story. Then we had some response time where we were able to draw pictures, play with sand and lego or retell the stay in our words!
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Reverend Anne Lawlor visited Year 6 and shared the 'Godly Play' story of Noah's Ark with the class . As part of the session the children talked about the importance of having an altar for the people in the Ark to say thank you to God for promising never to send another flood. The children also thought that having an altar in church helped them to pray. Rhiannon Weber (Head Girl) said, 'I enjoy the Godly Play sessions because they make me feel peaceful'!
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Year 6 Assembly

 

Our Year 6 assembly focuses on harvest with the retelling of the parable 'Feeding of the Five Thousand'

Godly Play

 

The Holy Family

 

Reverend Anne Lawlor continues to visit Year 6. The Godly Play story was the story of Christmas. "The children enjoyed thinking about each of the characters in the story. They thought Mary was very supportive of Joseph travelling the far distance from Nazareth to Bethlehem. We talked about how painful the journey would have been for Mary being pregnant and having to walk or ride on the donkey all that way. We also realised how important Jesus being born is for the world and how he still loves us because he died on the cross for us."

 

Some of the children were preparing power points telling the Christmas story.

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Anne Lawlor returned to us for her final Godly Play session. Anne has completed her curacy in Everton and is now taking some sabbatical time to study and work part time in Wavertree. The story today was about the Ten Commandments and the children discussed how brave Moses was to climb the mountain covered with fire and smoke to see God. This showed us how much he trusted God. We also talked about how important all the Ten Commandments are. We realised that if we are happy with what we have and do not envy, following that Commandment helps us to  follow the other Commandments. Anne wanted to say how much she has loved her time in Everton and at Faith school and to say thank you for all the help she has received. She said the children have taught her much more than she was ever able to teach them about God.
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