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Maundy Thursday

  • 9th Apr, 2020 at 10:20am

When you were in Year 3, you focussed your writing on The Last Supper and this year, we focussed our writing on The Agony in the Garden.  Today is the day of those two events.  We call today Maundy Thursday and we especially remember The Last Supper (John 13).

In John’s scripture,  Jesus gives us a new commandment, “Love one another as I have loved you.”  This is a piece of scripture we hold dear at Sacred Heart.  Think about how you can fulfil that message today and everyday.

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  • Jayden
    14th Apr, 2020 at 4:04pmm

    I made the kinetoscope with my mam today…took a very long time…I hope you like it

    • Mrs M Todd
      15th Apr, 2020 at 11:55amm

      Hi Jayden,

      That’s great to hear! I am excited to see it. Do you want to send me a picture?

      Mrs Todd x

      • Jayden
        15th Apr, 2020 at 7:24pmm

        This is my kinetoscope…I miss you from Jayden

        • Mrs M Todd
          20th Apr, 2020 at 10:49amm

          Jayden, that looks amazing! I can’t wait to see it working. Please keep it safe so you can bring it into school 🙂

          I hope you are enjoying the holidays. I miss you all too xx

          Mrs Todd x

  • Georgia
    10th Apr, 2020 at 1:44pmm

    Hi Mrs Todd,
    These are the vegetables that I have been growing. The only ones that haven’t grown yet are the peppers. We are having a competition at home to see who’s are the best. I don’t think I’ve ever tried courgette (but my mum says I have) I can’t wait to eat them.

    • Mrs M Todd
      15th Apr, 2020 at 11:54amm

      Wow Georgia, these are growing strong well done. I hope the peppers come along too, I’m sure they will.
      Courgette is lovely and I am sure you have tried it before, I like to roast it with other vegetables 🙂

      Let me know who wins!

      Mrs Todd x

  • Georgia
    9th Apr, 2020 at 3:52pmm

    Hi Mrs Todd,

    Today I learned about the stations of the cross, I watched a video on you tube about it and then I did some art work. It made me feel sad when I was watching it.

    • Mrs M Todd
      9th Apr, 2020 at 4:15pmm

      Georgia, this is such a thoughtful piece of work, well done.
      The Stations of the Cross are quite moving, aren’t we so blessed that Jesus did all this because of His love for us. It is important to remember this.

      Take care and I wish you a very happy Easter.

      Mrs Todd x

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