St Anne's is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Collective Worship is a time for us to reflect on Catholic events and people in our lives, a time for prayer, thought and discussion.
Please take a look at some of the lovely activities Year 4 have taken part in during Collective Worship and at other times during the school year.
At the beginning of the year we visited the prayer garden.
We asked God to bless us and watch over us as we started our new school year.
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.