We recently completed our second ‘Symbols of Faith Week’, which gave the whole school the opportunity to spend time learning about a particular faith or religious theme. These included the major world religions of Hinduism, Christianity, Judaism, Sikhism and Islam, with Year Six exploring for the first time the ideas contained in ‘Non-Religious World Views’. Each year group either welcomed a visitor or undertook a visit to a place of worship, and the event was celebrated with an exhibition in the main hall for Years 1-6. Early Years classes learned about Creation Stories, and held their own event for parents where children had the chance to talk about their work. Children showed a really positive attitude to finding out about a range of beliefs, and produced high quality outcomes using their Literacy, Art, and Design skills. They were also keen to get their names recorded for performing random acts of kindness, which could be seen displayed on large kites. It was lovely to see so many visitors joining us and sharing in our learning. Thank you to the many people who joined us. Our next curriculum week will be in June, where we will be sharing our geographical knowledge.See you there!