In our assembly this afternoon, these 5 children were able to name different religions. We heard the story of the Loaves and Fishes.
- Jack said ‘Jewish’ and knew the Star of David is a special symbol for Jewish people.
- Baylee said ‘Hindu’ and knew that one of their gods was called Shiva.
- Kayban said `Sikhism’ and knew that Sikh men wear Turbans because they believed they could not cut their hair.
- Amy said ‘Buddhism’ worship a god called Buddha and Buddhist monks wear orange.
- Amelia said Catholic and knew that some Christian people are Catholic and Jack added the Pope is the leader of the Catholic church.
I wonder if anyone knows any other religions, or can tell us some more about the ones we have managed?
Our fantastic reporters from Year 3 and 4 have produced another stunning batch of articles about the plight of the Polar bear. We proofread them today, checking them against our success criteria. As somebody said when they were looking at one of these articles “Wow! I don’t think I can think of anything that could be improved!”
A squad of Moorfield pupils participated in a skipping festival at Madeley Sports Centre this week. The team were taught several new tricks, which they performed at the end of the event. The breath-taking tricks were also shown and celebrated in Friday’s assembly.
Posted in Assembly, Sport
Tagged Alfie, Amy, Grace, Harry, Jacob, Jorge, Mia, Michael, Millie, Molly, skipping, sport
Congratulations to the Year 3/4 football team, who played their first match last night. They played Shortwoods in Wellington and beat them by a single goal. Congratulations to Jack, who scored the goal, and all of the team who played together really well. Keep it up!
Thanks to Mr Shelley and all of those who came to watch and helped with transport.
Yesterday two teams of Year 3/4 children played in a Tag rugby competition at Telford Rugby club. One team played against Grange Park, St George’s and Dawley C of E. They lost 4 – 3 to Grange Park but won the other 2 games. The other team played against Coalbrookdale, John Randall and Short Wood. Although they lost their first game, they drew one and won the other! We had a great time and everybody worked really well together.
Thanks to all the parents who helped and supported! Also a huge thank you to Mrs Pilgrim and the PTA for our new rugby tops!
Posted in Sport
Tagged Alfie, Amy, Brendan, Brent, Cameron, Charlie, Dayton, Ella, Jack, Maddy, megan, Mia, Michael, Millie, Molly, Niall, Rugby, sport, Tom, Zac
Posted in Alfie, Amy, Egypt, Evan, Eve, History, ICT, Jack, Kathryn, Lily, Literacy, Marco, Poppy
Tagged Alfie, Amy, Egypt, egyptians, Evan, Eve, flipsnack, history, ICT, Jack, Kathryn, Lily, Literacy, Marco, non-chronological reports, Poppy