Places Of Worship
What a fantastic week we have had, where the children have had the opportunity to explore, discuss and visit different places of worship.
Throughout the week different classes went and visited a place of worship, which included a Mosque, Synagogue and a Buddhist Temple.
We have also had different members of staff, sharing where they worship and discussing their beliefs with the children.
In the afternoons, the children have recreated different world religions artwork and thought about what their ideal place of worship would be.
The week ended with our place of worship carousel. Every classroom was transformed into a different place of worship. The children participated in different religious activities and had an amazing time.
Buddhist Temple (Year 2)
Roman Catholic Church (Reception)
Synagogue (Year 5)
Mosque (Year 4)
“I really enjoyed making the flowers in Class 2’s Buddhist temple.” Nina (Year 6)
“I really enjoyed going to the Buddhist temple in Wimbledon because we got to see all the paintings and artwork inside the temple.” Ena (Year 1)
“I really enjoyed the Buddhist temple because we were able to reflect in the peace and quiet.” Josiah (Year 1)