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Religious Education / Christian Values

"The school is a warm, friendly, and welcoming community for all families, regardless of their religious belief. Parents speak of pupils being excited about going to school. Attendance is very good. Parents and staff are committed to the school’s Christian vision and values and recognise their positive impact on the lives of the pupils.......... "

 

(extract from SIAMS Inspection February 2017)

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We have five core values at

Morpeth All Saints Church of England Aided First School; 

chosen by pupils and governors

The children learn about these in depth during our collective worship.  We aim to make these values central to

everything we do at school and in life

FRIENDSHIP     

We believe as friends we can support each other and be supported.

 

FORGIVENESS

We believe in forgiveness. We can learn from our mistakes and encourage one another to try again.

 

HONESTY         

We believe in dealing with each other with care, openness and truthfulness.

 

LOVE               

We believe that "love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres" 1 Corinthians, Chapter 3 verses 4-7

 

RESPECT        

Respect for everyone and everything. "Honour your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land that the LORD your God is giving you"   Exodus 20:12

 

 

 

REMEMBRANCE GARDEN

REMEMBRANCE GARDEN 1

Interfaith Week Green Class

Interfaith Week In Nursery

In Nursery we talked about the Hindu festival of Sankranti. 'San' means plenty and 'kranti' means change. During the festival of Sankranti people enjoy visiting the houses of friends, eating lots of sweet food and also go to bonfire displays. Children like to make kites to fly. In Nursery we listened to a story about a red kite which flew away and would not come back. We then made our own kites and tested them outside. It was great fun!

Remembrance Day Activities In Nursery

Worship - Open The Book

Worship - Open The Book 1
Worship - Open The Book 2
Worship - Open The Book 3
Worship - Open The Book 4

OUR CHURCH YEAR

OUR CHURCH YEAR 1

Food for Wansbeck Food Bank - Thank You

Food for Wansbeck Food Bank - Thank You 1

Prayer Spaces - we wrote prayers for the world.

Prayer Spaces - we wrote prayers for the world. 1

HARVEST FESTIVAL 2017

WORSHIP - Disasters - Sri Lanka

WORSHIP - Disasters - Sri Lanka 1
WORSHIP - Disasters - Sri Lanka 2

Worship - Life in India - Mrs Roach

Worship - Life in India - Mrs Roach 1
Worship - Life in India - Mrs Roach 2

Easter Celebrations

Easter Celebrations  1
Easter Celebrations  2
Easter Celebrations  3
Easter Celebrations  4

NSPCC 'Board Game' fundraiser

NSPCC 'Board Game' fundraiser  1
NSPCC 'Board Game' fundraiser  2
NSPCC 'Board Game' fundraiser  3
NSPCC 'Board Game' fundraiser  4
NSPCC 'Board Game' fundraiser  5

EARTH DAY - Looking after the World

RE and Music Day- March 2017

We had an exciting day of RE and music with six pupils from year 4. During the day we explored some 'big questions,' wrote letters to angels, drew our life road map and sang lots of songs! Well done everyone. We will now use the resources throughout school, and we can't wait to sing the songs in Worship and in RE.

Child Led Worship 11.1.17

Bible Club with Kirstine

Bible Club with Kirstine 1 The Jesse Tree

Celebrating the Church Year in MAS

Celebrating the Church Year in MAS 1

Thank you to Mrs Pallett and Mrs Thompson for leading the Christingle! The pupils sang songs, read prayers and talked about each piece of the Christingle holding a special meaning:

 

  • The orange represents the world.
  • The red ribbon (or tape) symbolises the love and blood of Christ.
  • The sweets and dried fruit represent all of God’s creations.
  • The lit candle represents Jesus’s light in the world, bringing hope to people living in darkness.

Prayer Spaces Challenge

Prayer Spaces Challenge 1
Prayer Spaces Challenge 2
Prayer Spaces Challenge 3
Prayer Spaces Challenge 4

Remembrance Day Worship

Remembrance Day Worship 1
Remembrance Day Worship 2

Child Led Worship - Keep the Faith

Child Led Worship - Keep the Faith 1
Child Led Worship - Keep the Faith 2
Child Led Worship - Keep the Faith 3
Child Led Worship - Keep the Faith 4

Worship - All Saints' Day

Worship - All Saints' Day 1 Celebrating Saints - known and unknown

Harvest Thank You

Harvest Thank You 1

Harvest Festival St. James' Church 2016

Harvest Festival St. James' Church 2016 1 We sang 'The Millennium prayer'.
Harvest Festival St. James' Church 2016 2 Our HARVEST Acrostic Poem
Harvest Festival St. James' Church 2016 3 How do you like your bread?
Harvest Festival St. James' Church 2016 4 The Bible Reading
Harvest Festival St. James' Church 2016 5 Our Prayers Celebrating Harvest

Holy Books - looking at Bibles

Holy Books - looking at Bibles 1
Holy Books - looking at Bibles 2
Holy Books - looking at Bibles 3

Ramadan 2016

Ramadan 2016 1

PENTECOST

PENTECOST 1
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Bible Quotes for Children

Easter Symbols

Easter Symbols 1
Easter Symbols 2

Places of Worship

World Religion Day

World Religion Day 1
World Religion Day 2
World Religion Day 3
World Religion Day 4
World Religion Day 5
World Religion Day 6
World Religion Day 7
World Religion Day 8

JESSE TREE

JESSE TREE 1
JESSE TREE 2

LOVE

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LOVE  2
LOVE  3
LOVE  4
LOVE  5
LOVE  6

The Church - Stained Glass Windows

The Church - Stained Glass Windows 1
The Church - Stained Glass Windows 2
The Church - Stained Glass Windows 3
The Church - Stained Glass Windows 4

The Lord's Prayer

The Lord's Prayer 1
The Lord's Prayer 2

Worship Visitors

Worship Visitors 1
Worship Visitors 2
Worship Visitors 3
Worship Visitors 4
Worship Visitors 5

International week - visiting India

Morpeth All Saints Updates

Welcome

Our school is situated in attractive and extensive well maintained grounds in a small housing estate, Lancaster Park, which is north of the town of Morpeth. The school first opened in 1972 and was formerly known as Wansbeck St Aidan Church of England Aided First School until it was renamed in 2001.

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Contact Details

Morpeth All Saints Church of England Aided First School Pinewood Drive, Lancaster Park, Morpeth, Northumberland NE61 3RD UK
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School Awards

  • school games gold 2015 to 2016
  • health and wellbeing audit. promoting personal development, behaviour and welfare
  • the basic skills agency quality mark
  • healthy schools
  • youth sport trust silver quality mark 2014 to 2015
Learning with Love and Laughter
Learning with Love and Laughter

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