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We will remember them.....


To mark Remembrance Day, Class 10 have been learning the poem 'In Flanders Fields' by John McCrae.  We learned the poem by heart so that we could have a class performance.  The pupils have reflected so thoughtfully on what each line means in the poem and have shown such lovely respect for why it is so important to never forget the millions of soldiers who went off to war and never returned.


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On Thursday 12th October, Class 10 led the school in worship.  Our theme was kindness and we shared with everyone the idea of 'Random Acts of Kindness' .  This involves the idea of being kind not only to our friends and family, but also people we may not normally talk to or know very well.  We learned about what goes around, comes around and that if we are kind to someone, it is more likely they will want to return the favour of being kind.  We have set up our own 'Random Acts of Kindness' book.  We hope that the book will visit different classes so that everyone can share with us their own random acts of kindness.  We hope we can have an impact on our school, our community and who knows......maybe even the world?!!

In class worship, we have been reflecting on perseverance.  We discussed our understanding of what it means to persevere and what we can do when we find this difficult.  Cerys explained that "you have to believe in yourself".  Oliver reflected that having faith can help you to not give up. We looked at a quote from the bible which sparked some interesting discussions:


I have fought the good fight,

I have finished the race,

I have kept the faith.

2 Timothy 4:7


We worked in small groups on a challenge which required a great deal of perseverance, where we had to build a tower of playing cards.  It was lovely to hear our friends encouraging us to not quit and giving us words of encouragement if our towers collapsed!