Daily reflection is an important part of life in our school. Every day each class has focussed reflection time. Our pupils are given time to reflect in a way that is most meaningful for them. When appropriate, we use journals as a way to record thoughts and feelings on a variety of issues that impact society and our world. These opportunities to discuss and contemplate current world issues, to challenge injustice and to engage in activities that can bring about change are always present.
Examples of topics discussed include:
· The British Cross
· Find the Healthier You
· Refugee Day/ Windrush Day
St Egwin’s is blessed with an abundance of outside areas for the pupils and staff to use at break and lunch times as well as within lesson time.
We have a track on the perimeter of our lower field which is regularly used for pupils to walk around. This space is beautiful, natural and provides pupils with a quiet and calm area in which to take stock and reflect.
We are also lucky enough to have a climbing wall installed along this track where pupils use their wits as they endeavour to climb across.
These photos were taken of our wildflower garden, which flourished this year, reflecting the beauty of nature.
Our Father in heaven,
Hallowed be your name,
Your kingdom come, your will be done,
On Earth as in heaven.
Give us today our daily bread.
Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us.
Save us from the time of trial and deliver us from evil.
For the kingdom, the power, and the glory are yours
Now and for ever.