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REMEMBRANCE AND WHOLE SCHOOL POPPY INSTALLATION

Hawthorn Class have contributed to collecting and painting plastic bottles which we have used to cut and paint poppies using the bubbly bottoms plastic bottles. As we painted, we remembered the moving video we had just watched which brought to mind soldiers from past and present. We know what a sacrifice our servicemen and women made and still make today for our country's safety and freedom.

Picture 1 Our thoughts turn to those who have not returned.
Picture 2 We thought about the families left behind.
Picture 3 "Be brave little boy, your Dad is a hero."
Picture 4 "Thankyou soldiers for saving our lives."
Picture 5 "I wish the soldier could have seen his newborn so
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DAVID AND HIS PSALMS

We hot-seated David who recounted his bravery and heroic defeat of Goliath. He told us how God had talked to him and told him he could save the Israelites. David trusted in God. Despite being a young shepherd boy, he won the day and saved his people from tyranny.

Picture 1 My relationship with God began when I was born.
Picture 2 God said "Do it!"
Picture 3 I believed in God and knew I could kill Goliath.
Picture 4 I saved my people, they cheered and I felt proud.

GIVE THANKS FOR OUR HARVEST

We have harvested the apples in the school orchard in preparation for our enterprise to raise money for the Blackburn Diocese Bishop's Fund. Apple chutney is on the menu this year. We'll keep you posted on our progress and Hawthorn class will be leading our Harvest Celebrations in church on 12th October.

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APPLE CHUTNEY IS ON IT'S WAY!

Here's our recipe:

handpicked organic apples,

soft brown sugar,

white vinegar,

raisins,

onions and ginger.

Simmered for one hour.

Enjoy with cheese and ham.

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