Some of our Year 3 children spent time with Father Smith today, planting new flowers and seeds around the ‘Daft As A Brush’ headquarters in Gosforth.
The founder of the charity, Brian Burnie, spent time with the children explaining what the volunteers of Daft As A Brush do and looked at the amazing work our hospitals carry out to support those undergoing cancer treatment. The children also explored the different types of seeds planted, how many and the reason behind the plants.
The charity, Daft as a Brush Cancer Patient Care, provides a free transport service to and from the Freeman/RVI Hospitals for outpatients undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy treatment – some from as far afield as the Scottish Borders, North Yorkshire and West Cumbria.
Some of the children joined Mr Smith for a liturgy on The Stations of the Cross. We listened to each station, lit some candles and reflected together.
Year 3 and Year 5 participated in a socially distanced Liturgy in the hall this morning.
We have found out about each part of the Christingle and made our own to take home.
In school, we regularly take part in collective worship with the children and we often use resources from the Ten Ten website. They have provided the link below to a monthly newsletter, which will allow you to share in some of the collective worship that your child has experienced in school, with some ideas for possible prayer and discussion at home. We hope that you will enjoy sharing this as a family.