Our Christian Values are Hope, Respect, Friendship, Love, Courage, Forgiveness

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Our Church

Our partner church is St. Johns the Evangelist, Lostock Gralam, Church of England.

You can access the church's website here.

Our Church School

Our mission statement is at the forefront of every decision that we make:

Children are at the heart of everything that we do and Christ is the light that guides us. 

  “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” We are committed to ensuring children encounter and achieve the highest possible standards through partnership with our entire school community.   We provide a happy, stimulating environment rooted in Christian values. Our aim is to equip individuals with the Christian Values (courage, love, friendship, hope, forgiveness, and respect ) and life skills needed to "Live in peace with each other" (Romans 12:16-18), to take their place in the wider world and to make a contribution to it. Mark 9:37 “Whoever welcomes one of these little children in my name welcomes me.”

At Lostock Gralam, we place high importance on our Christian Values. They help us to live good lives and give us strength to be the kind, loving and respectful wider family that makes our school such a special place to be part of.

Our core Christian Values are:Hope, Respect, Friendship, Love, Courage, Forgiveness. .

These are displayed proudly in our hall, celebrating our fantastic art skills as well as giving us visual reminders of how we treat each other. 

               

Our Christian Values are also displayed in the children's outdoor reflection area, where they can visit for quiet moments of reflection or simply sit alone or with friends to enjoy God's beautiful world. Our Ethos Team collected ideas from their classes to design our new, beautiful area. 

               

         

Our School Prayer

           

                     Dear God

                     This is our school

                     May our school be full of joy

                     May love be here among us every day

                     Let us remember

                    That many hands build a house

  So every child can make this school a lovely place to be

                        Amen

         

Worship is an incredibly important part of our school day, where we can learn more about our faith and those of others, join together in group and personal prayer as well as providing us with time and space for reflection. Our whole school worship planning is attached as a file to this page. 

Our Christian Value this term is "Respect". We have used the following quotes to help us with this.

“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” 

(Matthew 7:12) 

"No body can be happy without self respect."

(Jean Jacques Rousseau)

This term, we have found new ways to worship within our bubbles.  We felt that it was important however to  collate our reflections on worship and have displayed these in the hall so that we can continue to come together as a school. Here are a few examples of our worship reflections.

 

              

Reflection Areas.

Each class has a Reflection area where the children can have a moment of calm relfection, write prayers, read the Bible or simply sit. 

                                               

To celebrate Remembrance Day, each child has decorated a hand made wooden cross with their personal relfections of this important day. We listened to a special worship from Mr Cliff in our church grounds and articulated our thoughts, reflections and responses through art onto our cross. Our church grounds look spectacular with every child's cross placed inside of the word PEACE. 

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

 

                                       

Please follow this link to watch our church, St John's,  Remembrance service. 

https://youtu.be/4yNVgQEZB6E

Christingle December 2020

Our Christingle celebration looked a little different this year, as were not able to hold this special service in church however we enjoyed a beautiful worship in our class bubbles... with one big difference. This year, we made our own Christingles! This was extremely exciting for our children and they were able to explain the significance of each element as they assembled their Christingle creations. Mr Cliff led worship that we watched in our rooms, he shared a lovely Christingle story, prayer and a blessing. We are so proud of our creations. 

         

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