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Journey Days

Every term we plan a Journey Day for all our pupils.  In life being able to think and reflect is really important for our mental well-being.  Journey Day is where our children go off the traditional time table, gather into house and family groups and focus on one area of personal development.  As we are a Church School we choose significant days on the Christian calendar to delve a little deeper into the meaning.

 

We hope that through the experience pupils learn to live lives that make a difference in society.  The days are underpinned by Christian values such as compassion; thankfulness; kindness; good citizenship and forgiveness.  

 

We add to the gallery of photos each time we have a Journey Day so please have a look at all the photos below which capture the days enjoyed together. 

For GOD so LOVED the WORLD

Christmas Journey Day 2018

 

Christmas is such a wonderful time of the year. A time of love, friendship, gentleness and a time as Christians to remember the birth of Jesus. This journey day we gathered together across our two sites. All of Cockshutt CE Primary School KS2 pupils joined with Criftins CE Primary School KS2 to develop a greater understanding of how we can show love to one another. All pupils were organised into 3 main groups which included working with local charity Fizzgigs to create the theme of Light of the World.

Take a look at our wonderful day together.

‘Made in the image of God’ 

Summer Journey Day 2018

 

God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.  Genesis 1 v 27 

 

In Genesis we have an account of how mankind is made in God’s image. Lots of references are made throughout the Bible about how we see God in creation and that he created us to look after his world.  Unfortunately mankind chose to go its own way and the world has become a place which sadly is not like the lush world God created.  However, Jesus talks in John 15 about being the vine and we are the branches.  He says that we can make a difference in the world, but we need to get our truth and strength from somewhere.  When we stay close to God we will ‘bear fruit’ –love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.  These are called the Fruit of the Spirit.  The spirit of God is one part of the Trinity – the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.  The Holy Spirit was sent to live in each of us if we invite Him in.  Have a look at our photos when we explored this theme together across our federation sites. 

Easter Journey Day 2018

Today was our first journey day as a school and the children really enjoyed exploring Easter in house groups, thinking and reflecting about what the message of Jesus really is.  The theme was - no outsiders, which means that Jesus came for everyone.  It doesn't matter how old we are or whether we are a boy or girl, rich or poor, it doesn't matter where we live around the world or how good we are at sport Jesus came to save us all. 

 

John 3v16 says 'For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.'

 

The children also explored the last moments of Jesus' life before the cross, through the last supper and the garden of Gethsemane.  We talked about what forgiveness means and how with God when we confess He forgives and therefore like our behaviour policy in school - every day is a brand new day. 

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