A glimpse into Year 4's Catholic Life at St Anne’s School
A place where we CARE and SHARE and LEARN together.
We are all Unique and Special
On this page you will see pictures of our collective worship sessions, our wonderful Religious Education work, displays and also our themed weeks.
Some of the themes and topics we have looked at include:
- 'Little Way' Week: doing 'little thing' to help others
- Love and friendship
- Using our talents for God and thinking of our Vocations
- Manners and politeness
- Creating class prayers for the focal point prayer box
- Saint Francis of Assisi
- Forgiveness and Compassion (with a visit from Deacon Stuart)
- God being with us in good times and bad
- All souls and Remembrance
What a typical Year 4 Focal point and Religious Education area looks like.
This is the centre of our classroom and a place where we can share our own private intentions, read one of our year group prayers or take a moment to reflect on our own day.
Catholic Life in preivous years
In October with think of Our Lady, Mary.
Year 4 used blue cloth for their altars and were taught the Rosary.
We learnt that each bead represents a prayer.
During Multifaith week Year 4 looked at the differences and similarities between Judaism and Catholicism.
We looked at artefact's that Jewish people use in a Synagogue.
Collective Worship in November is a time for thinking about those who have fallen during war or conflict.
In year 4 we all made poppies and combined them to make a wreath and a cross.
On Remembrance day we displayed our wreath and cross in the prayer garden.
We said the Eternal Rest for all the people who have lost their lives.
In our class 'I Wonder?' book we share our wonders of our faith.
A 'wonder' is asked and we discuss our ideas. Please take a look at some of the pages from 4F's and 4W's book.