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Wednesday 14th March 2018

What is it like to follow God?

LO – Make simple links between promises in the story of Noah and promises that Christians make at a wedding ceremony or between adults and children of a family




I promise to raise my children up through the eyes of the church no matter what happens in life, even if we’re richer or poorer and even if they have struggles or success. I promise to stay and protect them from any harm. I will love them with my whole heart until the end of my days. I will educate them if it means sending them to an awesome school or teaching them at home.




I promise to honour my Father and Mother and listen to them, to make them proud and to learn God’s rules and words. I promise to be curious, kind and caring towards others, I will love my Mum and Dad with all my heart. I will never lie or hurt them.




As a child of God, I will follow you all the days of my life, I will teach your word to others, I will love you with all my heart, soul, mind and strength. I will love my neighbour and family always!


By Hannah Keyte


How do festivals and family life show what matters to Jews?

LO – Describe how Jews show their beliefs through worship in festivals, both at home and in the wider communities

The Talmud code tells Jews to say ‘thank you’ 100 times a day. Children were tasked with keeping a ‘Gratitude Diary’ over the Christmas period to see if there are benefits of expressing gratitude regularly.

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How do festivals and family life show what matters to Jews?


Passover Meal 29.11.17

After learning about the story of Moses and it's significance to the Jewish people, the class investigated the symbolic meaning of all the foods on the Seder plate used for the Passover meal.

Can you remember the symbolic meaning of the following items:


  • Parsley dipped into salt water
  • Horseradish
  • Charoseth
  • lamb shank bone
  • Egg
  • unleavened bread
  • wine


Some of the foods didn't taste the best, which may explain the odd faces pulled in some the pictures.

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