1. The council introduced themselves. 2. The Worship Council discussed the role of the council: Certificates
Encouraging good behaviour
Prayers. 3. Worship Council members have elected a Y6 to the Pupil Parliament. 4. The Worship Council wrote certificates for the next Celebration Assembly.
We are very excited to welcome our friend Harkirat Singh from the Leicester Sikh Education Service to the school this afternoon.
Please read our reflections on the value of Thankfulness. This has been our focus for this half term.
Collective Worship Value for Life Feedback: Justice
What does justice mean to you?
- People aren’t treated differently from others, eg because of their race (2)
- Make the world a better place
- Loving nature
- You’re a hero
- Be kind to people/ kind-hearted
- You have to have consequences for your choices and then a fresh start.
What would happen if there was no justice?
- People could just steal from others
- Women would not be able to vote, drive cars or go to school
- Everyone would be mean to each other
- No one would help people up
- Wouldn’t be a nice world
- Nothing would be alive
- You won’t be loved
- Poor people will die
- No one would have friends because all fallen out – should be forgiving people
- Terrible place with crime and wars everywhere
- The planet wouldn’t be looked after
- People would have a bad attitude
- Would be a terrible place because Justice is being kind and a friend
- Loads of bullies
- Countries would hate each other, there would be more war
- There would be chaos/ absolute chaos (2).
Why should we show justice to others?
- You can be friends again if you have a fall-out
- It’s fair and kind to share with others
- Kind thing to do
- You’ll make friends
- You’ll be a good person
- To be generous
- Would have no friends
- Never know you might make friends by doing it
- Everybody deserves it
- Make it equal
- Make more and more friends
- So other people can be happy
- You wouldn’t know the difference between right and wrong.
Who provides justice and when?
- Family – giving punishment
- Teachers (2)
- Mum when they look after me
- Jesus all the time (2)
- God every day (2)
- Police – when someone breaks the law
- Holy Spirit
We had our Easter Church service this morning, including the children reading prayers, hearing the Easter story (and helping to tell this) and singing hymns.
We hope to see you at the church this morning to celebrate our Easter service with the school.
Please read our thoughts at the end of this half term, which show a range of ways in which we can appreciate the importance of saying sorry and forgiving.