In Religious Education we are learning about the Local Church through the topic of ‘Celebrating’.

We have been talking about celebrations the children are already familiar with such as Baptism, birthdays and Christmas.  We will be learning more about what happens at Church and some of the celebrations that take place there.

We would love to hear about celebrations both in and out of church that your child has taken part in.

Some key questions to ask are:

What/who was the celebration for? Who was there? What happened? How did you feel?

7 comments on “Celebrating

  1. Miss Siswick says:

    My favourite celebration was my mummy’s birthday. She was 75 years old. We invited more than 100 of her family and friends to a restaurant for lots of lovely food and drink and a giant birthday cake with 75 candles! We all wore party clothes and had a great time. She had lots of balloons and presents and cards and she was very happy.

  2. Charles Year 2 says:

    My favourite celebrations were my parents’ birthdays and the birthday of Jesus.

  3. Miss Siswick says:

    Well done, Charles. I love Christmas, the birthday of Jesus too! Please can you ask Clemence about her favourite celebration and type it for her on the blog? Thank you very much.

  4. Clay Nursery says:

    I went to my Nana’s birthday party. I was there with my Papa, cousins Emma and Will, Aunt & Uncle, and Mummy, Daddy, and Jack. That’s all. We sang Happy Birthday and we ate cake with pink strawberry icing but I didn’t like the cake. Just the icing. I don’t like strawberries. A long time ago I ate strawberries and blueberries but not anymore. The party made me happy. I would like to do it again.

  5. Miss Siswick says:

    It sounds like you had a fabulous time celebrating your nana’s birthday. Well done, Clay. I loved reading this.

  6. I’ve celebrated my Baptism with my family and friends. The priest put water on my head. I had a party after !??????

  7. Miss Siswick says:

    Well done, Johnny. I remember seeing your Baptism photos when you brought them to school. You looked very smart!

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