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6M Celebrate Brilliant in Multicultural Britain Week

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Well done 6M!

On Friday 6th July the children from 6M celebrated all of their work this week in school, learning about different faiths and British Values by dancing to one of the most famous World Cup songs which supports England – Three Lions!

The children really got us in the mood to support England whilst reminding us of the values which we think are really important!

The children did a brilliant job and we are very proud of them!

6C celebrate Brilliant in Multicultural Britain Week

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Well done 6C!

On Friday 6th July the children from 6C celebrated all of their work this week in school, learning about different faiths and British Values by dancing to World in Motion- one of the World Cup songs from the past which supports England!

The children really got us in the mood to support England whilst reminding us of the values which we think are really important!

The children did a brilliant job and we are very proud of them!

Year 5 celebrate Brilliant in Multicultural Britain Week

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Year 5 dancing!

On Friday 6th July the children from Year 5 celebrated all of their work this week in school, learning about different faiths and British Values by dancing to Colours – the World Cup song of 2018.

The children reminded us that everyone is special and should be proud of their skin colour, religion and heritage.

The children did a brilliant job and we are very proud of them!

Year 4 celebrate Brilliant in Multicultural Britain!

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Year 4 dancing together!

On Friday 6th July the children from Year 4 celebrated all of their work this week in school, learning about different faiths and British Values by dancing to ‘Wavin’ Flag’- one of the World Cup songs about being proud of your country.

The children reminded us that everyone is different but that we are all equal and created by God.

The children did a brilliant job and we are very proud of them!

Year 3 celebrate Brilliant in Multicultural Britain Week

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Year 3 dancing away!

On Friday 6th July the children from Year 3 celebrated all of their work this week in school, learning about different faiths and British Values by dancing to the official Portuguese World Cup theme.

The children reminded us that everyone is equal when they begin in the World Cup and people from all over the world who may not normally get on, come together for this wonderful event!

The children did a brilliant job and we are very proud of them!

Whole School Celebration

Friday, 6 July 2018

It’s Brilliant in Britain!

On Friday 6th July the whole school came together in the morning and in the afternoon to watch dance performances from all of the children in the school – EYFS and KS1 in the morning and KS2 children in the afternoon.

The performances were all based around the World Cup which matched perfectly to our Brilliant in Multicultural Britain focus week in school.  During the week each class has been learning about the British Values of Democracy, Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, Respect and Tolerance along with the faiths of Christianity, Islam, Sikhism and Judaism.

At the beginning of each gathering we shared a lovely video as our prayer.  The video shared images and worlds from the football field – passion, victory, awe etc and then linked this to the Passion of Christ, the awe of his miracles and his sacrifice and victory for us.  The children shared some wonderful comments about the video – ‘The people on the football field are determined to win and we are determined to follow Jesus’ and ‘Yes, the World Cup is the biggest thing in the world, but Jesus’ sacrifice for us is the biggest thing of all time.’

Click – http://gochattervideos.com/fifa-world-cup/ to see the video online.

 

Year 2 celebrate Brilliant in Multicultural Britain Week

Friday, 6 July 2018

Year 2 during their dance!

On Friday 6th July the children from Year 2 celebrated all of their work this week in school, learning about different faiths and British Values by dancing to ‘Live it Up’ – one of the World Cup songs about unity.

The children reminded us that everyone is united in the World Cup, people from all over the world, who may not normally get on, come together for this wonderful event!

The children did a brilliant job and we are very proud of them!

 

Year 1 celebrate Brilliant in Multicultural Britain Week

Friday, 6 July 2018

The children dancing together.

On Friday 6th July the children from Year 1 celebrated all of their work this week in school, learning about different faiths and British Values by dancing to the official promotional video for Poland in the World Cup.

The children reminded us of our special link with our partner school in Poland – SP118 and even though we are many miles apart and from different countries we are still good friends!

The children did a brilliant job and we are very proud of them!

 

Reception celebrate Brilliant in Multicultural Britain Week

Friday, 6 July 2018

The children performing their dance.

On Friday 6th July the children from Reception celebrated all of their work this week in school, learning about different faiths and British Values by dancing to a friendship song by Michael Buble.

The children shared some of the reasons why they are friends with each other – even though they are all different!

The children did a brilliant job and we are very proud of them!

 

Nursery celebrate Brilliant in Multicultural Britain Week

Friday, 6 July 2018

The children dancing together.

On Friday 6th July the children from Nursery celebrated all of their work this week in school, learning about different faiths and British Values by dancing to ‘You’ve Got A Friend in Me’ from Toy Story.

The children reminded us that we should try our best to be friends with everyone – no matter their skin colour, ethnicity or faith.

The children did a brilliant job and we are very proud of them!