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Year 1 DAOW

In today’s daily act of worship Year 1 listened to the story of David and Goliath. We discussed how David defeated the giant not only because he had good aim but because he had prayed to God and God was on his side.

Year 1 then talked about their own strengths and wrote them on a rock, ready to be placed on the prayer area. We discussed how with the power of prayer and the help of God we can use our strength for good.

“It’s important to pray to God and ask for help because he loves us and we love him and if we need help he will be there for us like he was for David. If a giant comes then we will all pray to God and he will give us strength.” Casey, Tobit class.

Year 3 DAOW

“I love it when we do daily act of worship because of how it makes me feel. I like thinking of who I can pray for and learning about Jesus. The beatitudes are important because Jesus is teaching us and we need to follow him.” Angelina, Isaiah Class.

Year 6 Planning DAOW

This morning Year 6 have been planning their daily acts of worship for the term. Instead of using the planning cards to support I asked them to get creative and see if they could come up with their owns ways to gather, respond to the word and missions independently – they did not disappoint! Blake and Caterina decided to use a football to respond to the word and ask pupils to pass the ball to each other and as they kick the ball to say something they want to kick out of this world. Demi and Nathaniel are planning to gather on the rooftop garden and release balloons with our prayers written on. Well done year 6!