On Tuesday this week, two separate Easter services were held in St Clement’s Church. The morning service was for Woodpecker and Eagle Class. Woodpecker Class had been learning some mass settings with Alex Berry, choirmaster at Great St Mary’s church. They sang beautifully, which created a wonderful, spiritual atmosphere for the service. The hymns were sung by both classes, and some parents and younger siblings who enjoyed joining in! We shared bread and juice, in imitation of the ‘Last Supper’, and heard readings of the Easter Story, delivered by some Eagles and Mr Sharpe. It was a really joyful event, and as I was listening to the BBC radio 4 ‘Thought for the Day’ this morning, it made me realise how important it is that we share these uplifting and postive experiences with the children. If you are interested to hear this, there is a link here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p0hmg5kv

The Key Stage One service, in the afternoon, was led by Dafydd and Natalie, from Great St Mary’s, who gave ‘witness accounts’ of the story, as they were dressed as St John and Mary Magdalene. The children really enjoyed joining in with this, and asking them some interesting questions! Robins and Owls sang two hymns, including a setting of ‘The Lord’s Prayer’.

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