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Rushall CE VA SchoolWith Christ We Can

Welcome toRushall CE VA SchoolWith Christ We Can

Collective Worship & Religious Education

At Rushall, we step forward with courage to achieve beyond expectations

Our inspirational figure: David

Year 6 Leavers' Service - Memories of our time at Rushall

Rushall Choir - My Lighthouse

Goodbye and Thank you Mrs Churton

Hopes for the Future

Our Year 6's Leaving Song

Thank you Reverend Jennifer!

As Reverend Jennifer moves on to her new role, we are so grateful for the time and support she has given us over the years.

Goodbye and Thank You Mrs Woodman

Our fab Year 6s!

Bubbles and Butterflies Prayer Space (Transition & Change)

Creation - Sunburst Class enjoying our wonderful planet, barefoot walking, grass swimming and sky-gazing!

Use Your Voice Worships

Easter Week - please see our News and Galleries page for more pictures!

Our School Vision

Members of our Worship Team reflect on our vision and how it can help us.

Our biblical verse:

"I can do all this through Him who strengthens me"

Phillipians 4:13

Our school motto:        With Christ we can

“If every 8 year old in the world is taught meditation, we will eliminate violence from the world within one generation.”

Dalai Lama

 

"God is a friend of silence. His language is silence."

Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Children often need extra help today to relax, concentrate, and find comfort. A wonderful way to get that extra help is through prayer and meditation. While meditation doesn’t need to have anything to do with religion, in Rushall we also practice Christian Meditation.
Christian Meditation 

"nurtures young people’s ability to retain a sense of wonder in their lives, and encourages others to do the same.

Before we, as adults, are able to join in this work, though, we have to acknowledge our own forgetfulness and distraction. It’s not a question of us teaching them anything, but rather of us learning from their simplicity." - " For children it is more straightforward. They are happy to sit down together in silence, let go of their thoughts and simply enjoy the experience of meditating." - " Children meditate together as naturally as they play together. They enjoy the simple discipline with its few clear rules." - "The simple routine brings with it a peace and calmness in an otherwise busy and noisy day and the children are the first to appreciate the advantage of taking time out. It has become clear that many children instinctively value this pure ‘prayer of the heart’." (from Christian Meditation in the UK)

 

 

Like other forms of meditation, Christian meditation involves sitting still with eyes closed, focusing the mind by silently repeating the ancient Christian word, Maranatha (Come Lord), and mindfully returning the consciousness to the word when the mind drifts

♥♥ Giant Sea Turtles in Coral Reef (3 hours)

Our Reflection Poem at the end of school year 2019-20

(Mrs Ward)

During this time, we have not been able to... see everyone in school together at the same time

but we have... loved getting to know you all better via Tapestry and Seesaw.

(Stardust Bubble)

During this time, we have not been able to... see out our time at primary school as we usually would

but we have... been impressed with how well we have coped and supported each other.

 (Moonbeam Bubble)

During this time, we have not been able to... learn with our teachers and peers

but we have...been able to learn with our families remotely.

(Sunrise Year 2 Bubble)

During this time, we have not been able to... see our friends and family

but we have... managed to share quality time together via Face Time or Skype using other technology .

(The Godden Family)

During this time, we have not been able to... go to school

but we have...played in the garden and gone for walks.

                                                

During this time, we have not been able to... go to the park

but we have... played football

(Sunrise Year 1 Bubble)

During this time, we have not been able to... hug our friends or play tag

but we have...

enjoyed playing outside in the garden with our friends in our bubble.

(Sunburst Bubble)

During this time, we have not been able to... play with our friends

but we have... enjoyed walks with our families

(Mrs Miles)

During this time, we have not been able to... do things how we normally would

but we have... been flexible, creative and tried doing things in a new way

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