By Mr. Setchell
on Saturday, May 20, 2017 in Community, Learning Adventure, Religious Education, Year 6.
This week, we enjoyed a trip to Central Mosque in Birmingham to prepare for the start of our final learning adventure – The Golden Age of Islam. Can you answer our quiz based on the photos we took? Why do the clocks all show different times? Why do many mosques have a large, domed […]
By Miss Edwards
on Tuesday, June 28, 2016 in Religious Education, Year 3.
Year 3 had a lovely visit to Birmingham’s Progressive Synagogue today. We learnt about the similarities between Judaism and other religions. As we looked around the Progressive Synagogue, we sat in their prayer room (the Sanctuary) and looked at the Menorah. We were told about the holy table and how the Jewish people celebrate with […]
By Mr. Setchell
on Friday, March 11, 2016 in Art and Design, Learning Adventure, Maths, Religious Education, Science, Year 6.
We’ve never had a Learning Adventure where we have increased our knowledge and understanding as much. From the 8th to the 13th Century, The Golden Age of Islam left an important legacy for our lives today. Take a look at some of our posters to see if you can spot some of the aspects of […]
By Laura Campbell
on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 in Religious Education, Year 5.
This term in R.E, we have been learning all about Buddhism. Therefore, the year 5 teachers planned a trip to the Birmingham Buddhist Centre. During our trip, we learnt several facts about the story of the Buddha, including: how he became the Buddha and his privileged beginning. We were also lucky enough to have a go at meditating: it was […]