Following parental feedback we would like to offer parents the choice of which learning platform they wish to use for their child. Please complete the English, Maths and Foundation subjects on your chosen platform each day and also complete the PSHE, PE and RE for the week.
School based Distanced Learning
Please send any writing or work produced as part of the daily teaching and learning to email@example.com for the class teacher.
Lancashire School's Big Sing.
Join other children from around Lancashire in a virtual Big Sing. Click on the image below to watch a video and find out more.
Links to the first song - Africa by Toto
Click on the image below.
The Wednesday Word
Enjoy reading this week's edition of the Wednesday Word.
LEARNING FOCUS 2: Sin and Examination of Conscience.
People get lost when they deliberately do something wrong, hurting others, themselves or the world they live in. That is what is called ‘sin’. It is anything deliberately chosen – to think, say or do. It is also anything you choose to do or not to do that spoils or breaks the friendship with God and with other people. Sin is anything which breaks bridges of love.
Read what Jesus had to say about love in the power point below.
Christians try to build bridges towards one another every day. They ‘examine their consciences’ to see how they have kept these two commandments. Our conscience is like a voice or feeling inside us. This is the Holy Spirit helping us to respond to God. If we pay attention to the Holy Spirit, it will help us to know if something is good or bad. It is good to think every evening, before you go to bed, about how you have built bridges of love and friendship or, perhaps, broken them through sin. We remember if we have done something that hurt someone else or if someone else has hurt us. We can thank God for all the good and say sorry for the bad and know that God, like the good shepherd, cares about us and loves us. We also must try to forgive those who have hurt us.
Reflect on what you have heard and think about the following questions:
SOME KEY QUESTIONS
- What does “examine your conscience” mean?
- When is it good to think about it? What will it lead us to do?
- Which is easier – to love God or to love your neighbour? Is there a difference?
- Why do you think love of God and love of our neighbour is so important?
- What would be another commandment?
- How would you define ‘sin’?
Click on the image below to listen to the song, 'The Great Commandment.'
The Oak National Academy
During the month of June, Lancashire schools celebrate some of the richness and diversity of British society, in particular the huge contributions of African Caribbean, Gypsy, Roma, Traveller and Refugee communities over the years.
Click on the document below are some home learning ideas, activities and links to explore during the month of June.
This week we will be looking at people and things which influence us.
* influence - a person or thing that affects someone or something in an important way
Don't forget to access TT Rockstars on a daily basis.
Summer reading Challenge!
Do you love reading? Fancy a challenge over the new few weeks? Click on the image below to take you the Library website to find out more.
Wednesday's PE Challenge!
This week's challenge is all about Rounders/Dance. See below for more information.
Take part in a virtual Sports Day. See below for details.
This week's PE Challenges
Describe the ways in which God’s law of love can be broken – thinking, saying or doing anything that spoils or breaks friendship with God or with other people. It is also choosing not to do something which again results in breaking friendship with God and other people. Write a short story/account to illustrate one of these occasions and how a bridge might be rebuilt.