Whole School Worship
'Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid, do not be discouraged for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go'
Worship at St.Paul's
This is integral to life at our school and revolves around the teachings of Jesus and our core values of Friendship, Respect, Forgiveness, Responsibility, Hope, Thankfulness and Trust. The WOW Committee have adopted five foundation values of Service, Justice, Perseverance, Generosity and Courage.
Each half term is focused on one of these values. Each day we come together for a time of worship in which to learn, reflect and pray. Whole school worship on Monday introduces the theme for the week followed by a discussion and response in Class Worship on Tuesday. Wednesday is devoted to praising God through singing and prayer. On Thursday our Priest in charge Reverand Tim delivers God's message. Friday is our celebration assembly when we celebrate the children's success and reward the golden jumper to the child who has demonstrated our value that week.
Anti Bullying Week -November 2018
To sacrifice for others
Loving others as we love ourselves
To respect others
Trinity Sunday Worship
We started worship with a traditional hymn, Shine Jesus Shine.
Trinity Sunday Worship
Rev Alice- Friendship, following our friend regardless of the task ahead! Ruth and Naomi
Friendship Worship- Spending Time Together
Worship- St George's Day
Friendship- To encourage others
Friendship- Sticking Together
Putting The Past Behind Us
The Prodigal Son
We looked at Rembrandt's painting about the son who returned after wasting all his father's money. Jesus told this parable to teach us to remember that Our Father God will forgive anything that we have done and are ashamed about. Thank you to Keira, Lillie, Jenson, Lucy and Evie from the Worship Committee who did a dramatic reading based on this story from Luke 15 11-32.
Wiping the slate clean!
In my distress I called to the Lord and he answered me.
Jonah 2: 2
The Story Of Jonah
You shall not take vengeance, nor bear any grudge against the sons of your people, but love your neighbour as yourself; I am the Lord.
Leviticus 19: 18
Anti-Bullying Week November 2017
World Peace Day 21st September 2017
Rosh Hashanah September 2017 The Jewish New Year
30.03.17 Rev.Tim brought a special guest all the way from South Africa
Father Mosokotso Lazarus Mohapi is the Dean of Bloemfontein Cathedral. He reminded us that we are all God's children no matter what our differences.
'Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these.' ... And he took the children in his arms, placed his hands on them and blessed them.' Mark 10: 14 and 16
16.03.17 Nelson Mandela
Rev. Tim told us about his trip to South Africa and his hero Nelson Mandela who was imprisoned for campaigning for black people to be treated fairly. Once leaving prison he continued his mission for equal rights and became the first black South African president.
09.03.17 The Story of Noah
02.03.17 A Bag of Worries!
Matthew 6: 34
Do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself'
Matthew wrote 'If you seek Jesus' kingdom he will take care of all our worries so lay all your worries at the foot of the cross.'
23.02.17 The Story of Jonah and how he decided to fight for Justice in Nineveh
09.02.17 Persevere just like the shepherd who lost his sheep!
26.01.17 Persevere and help your neighbour even when it's difficult.
19.01.17 Persevere and follow Jesus' example
Rev. Tim told the story of Shadrach, Meshack and Abednego. (Daniel 3:16:18) Thank you to Jack, Toby, George and Alice who adorned some unusual head gear to retell the story.