Remembrance Day was commemorated at both school’s in different ways. At Norwell the children walked down to church and shared readings, poems and prayers. They laid a cross with the name of each person who had fallen in conflict. At
The children helped to decorate the church for Harvest Festival and led our service on Monday afternoon. It was lovely to see so many families there to share this with the children.
KS2 have made a prayer paper chain for Thy Kingdom Come, a global prayer movement.
Our young leaders talked so confidently in front of a room of headteachers and other adults about the benefits of completing the Young Leaders Award! They met and shared a lunch with Bishop Tony who signed a book for them which
We celebrated our own ‘Royal Wedding’ today and learnt a lot about weddings in the Church of England. We then tucked in to a delicious Wedding Breakfast, followed by traditional speeches and the cutting of the cake!
The younger children from Norwell and St Matthew’s enjoyed their Time Travelling activities at St Matthew’s church which were lead by Mrs Nyland and Rev. Greg. The children learned about weddings, vestments and the story of The Good Shepherd.
The children really enjoyed the range of Christian activities, led by Greg and Janet, at St Nicholas’ Church.
The two schools reflected together on the Feast of Ascension and created a Prayer Ribbon at church where they pinned up the prayers they had written.
Our children joined with other Church of England primary schools in our diocese to celebrate Ascension day. It was a time of reflection and prayer. Upper Key Stage two children from Norwell came to St Matthews Church where we had
On 29th and 30th September the two schools held their harvest festivals. These special services took place in our village churches and were a chance to come together with parents to give thanks and share some lovely produce. The display