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Reverend Lima's Visits to School

Never judge a book by it's cover- 4th March 2020


We had a very exciting assembly with Revered Lima this morning. He spoke to the children about how we sometimes put labels on people and judge them before we have had the chance to get to know them. Reverend Lima spoke to the children about how we must wait before we make a decision to label someone as we may be pleasantly surprised. As an experiment Revered Lima picked two brave volunteers to try some new food that they have never tried. When the children got to the front of the hall, Reverend Lima showed the two children a tin with a cat food label on. He then went on to pour the contents of this tin into three cups. Reverend Lima then drank the contents of the cup as did the two brave volunteers. When the volunteers asked what it tasted like they said chocolate milk. Reverend Lima taught the children that just because the label says that the contents are cat food it doesn't mean that it is true. He then revealed the true label of the tin which was chocolate milk. 


Ash Wednesday Assembly- 26th February 2020


It was lovely to have Reverend Lima and Reverend Alex in school today to discuss Ash Wednesday. Reverend Lima explained to us why Lent is important to Christians and how many choose to give up something during the 40 day period. Lots of the children shared with the school what they had decided to give up for Lent. Many children then took part in the Ash Wednesday tradition and waited for Revered Lima and Revered Alex to make a cross on their forehead with ash. 



Remembrance Assembly -11th November 2019


Reverend Lima joined us in school on Monday morning to lead our Remembrance Assembly. We were also silent throughout school at 11.0am to remember and respect soldiers from the First World war and all other conflicts.



An Exciting Assembly


It was lovely to have Reverend Lima leading our assembly yesterday afternoon, Thursday 12th September, along with his two special visitors. Thank you to Warren (Ace from Gladiators) and Reverend Rodger for a brilliant assembly with a powerful message. I am sure the children will be talking about the assembly for a long time. Well done to the children who participated in the assembly.