15.01.21

R.E

L.O: That there are special people in our lives who are there to help us

Listen to the story in the video above and think about the following questions:

  • What do Joe and Tim like to do at Grandma and Grandad’s?
  • Who are the people in the photographs?
  • Who are the special people Joe tells you about?
  • Can you think of some other people who may have been special for Grandma?
  • Who are special people in your lives?
  • Are there special people in our school community?
  • Do you know any other special people?

 

Activity

Group 1 – Write a small list of people in your life. This can include Mum, Dad, Brothers and sisters and anyone else you can think of.

Group 2 – Write a small list of people in your life. This can include Mum, Dad, Brothers and sisters and anyone else you can think of. Can you do a small illustration of each person you have mentioned in your list?

Group 3 – Write a small list of people in your life. This can include Mum, Dad, Brothers and sisters and anyone else you can think of. Write a sentence for each person explaining why they are special to you.

Email me at year1@st-annes-pri.manchester.sch.uk to show me your work or to let me know if you have any trouble with this lesson.

 

13.01.21

R.E

L.O: That there are special people in our lives who are there to help us

The experience of community is an essential and enjoyable part of life for people of every age and faith. The cycle of a year and the span of a lifetime contain occasions for regular celebrations as well as unexpected surprises, when people want to celebrate with family, friends and communities.

Think back to your childhood. Which celebrations of community life did you most enjoy?

How did you celebrate? Who took part?

Which celebration are you looking forward to in the coming months?

How will you celebrate? Who else will take part?

We are now in the first week of Ordinary time. With Christmas time now over, we now look forward to other celebrations within the church such as Lent, Easter, Pentecost and other feast days.

Activity

Group 1 – Can you think of an upcoming celebration? Examples might be your birthday, an anniversary or maybe a new baby within the family. Can you draw a picture of a celebration you are waiting for and label people/things you have drawn?

Group 2 – Can you think of an upcoming celebration? Examples might be your birthday, an anniversary or maybe a new baby within the family. Can you draw a picture of a celebration you are waiting for and write a simple sentence explaining what celebration it is?

Group 3 – Can you think of an upcoming celebration? Examples might be your birthday, an anniversary or maybe a new baby within the family. Can you draw a picture of a celebration you are waiting for and write a couple of sentences explaining  what celebration this is and how it feels to be celebrating something with your family/community.

Email me at year1@st-annes-pri.manchester.sch.uk to show me your work or to let me know if you have any trouble with this lesson.

 

06.01.21

This Sunday we celebrated the Epiphany of Our Lord. Please watch the video below to hear about this story.

 

Now, can you complete the quiz below. Please enter your child’s name so I can see how they performed on the test. You don’t need to include an email address and only I have access to this information.

QUIZ