WATER SAFETY WEEK
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Spot the dangers!
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org for the class teacher.
Some questions for you to think about.
- What did you think as this parable was being read?
- Why do you think the Samaritan acted as he did?
- How do you think the man who was mugged felt?
- What showed that the Samaritan was doing more than his mere duty towards another person?
- What does this parable have to say to us today?
- What do you think ‘mercy’ means?
- Good deeds are often called ‘acts of mercy’. Why do you think that is?
- Why are these acts of mercy a particular responsibility for the Christian?
- Create a storyboard of this parable to make a film, including the reasons why the Samaritan acted as he did and what effect it had on the man who was mugged.
- Make a PowerPoint presentation, with modern presentations of this story and link them with what you have learnt about the hospice movement. Include some scripture references.
- Compose a prayer for all those in the neighbourhood who are in need. Check with the parish newsletter which may list the sick and also with anyone in the class who has a sick relative or friend. Include in the ending prayer the reasons why it is a responsibility of Christians to care for the sick.
Over these next few weeks we are going to look at the values in relation to money and you. These are lifelong lessons that you can use through into your adult life.