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RE Task 1

 

Bore da Blwyddyn 2!

 

In RE we have been learning all about Easter traditions around the world. But how do you celebrate Easter? Let’s find out how your friends and family celebrate Easter – it’s the perfect opportunity to give someone a call whilst we’re stuck inside!

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You could write down the interview, record the interview or display their answers in a creative way! I can’t wait to see them!

 

Miss Davies (RE)

 

You can email me at rsdavies@birchgroveprm.cardiff.sch.uk.

RE Task 2

 

Bore da Blwyddyn 2!

 

Can you remember any of the Easter traditions from around the world we have been learning about?  What do people fly in Bermuda on Good Friday?

That’s right! In Bermuda at Easter, one of the traditions on Good Friday is to fly kites. It is believed that many years ago, a teacher from the British Army was living in Bermuda and was struggling to explain to the children in his Sunday school class about Jesus’ ascension (going up) to Heaven. To try and help the children in his Sunday school class understand, he made a kite shaped like a cross to illustrate the idea of Jesus ascending (going up) into Heaven.

 

Why don’t you have a go at designing and making your own Easter kite? What symbols could you include on it? Think about the Easter story – the cross, the empty tomb etc. What colours will you have on your kite? Do they represent something?

You can email me pictures of your kites or send a picture to the school Twitter @BirchgrovePrm

I look forward to seeing your designs!

 

Miss Davies (RE)

You can email me at rsdavies@birchgroveprm.cardiff.sch.uk
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RE Task 3

 

Bore da Blwyddyn 2!

 

Can you remember any of the Easter traditions from around the world we have been learning about?  What do people fly in Bermuda on Good Friday?

That’s right! In Bermuda at Easter, one of the traditions on Good Friday is to fly kites. It is believed that many years ago, a teacher from the British Army was living in Bermuda and was struggling to explain to the children in his Sunday school class about Jesus’ ascension (going up) to Heaven. To try and help the children in his Sunday school class understand, he made a kite shaped like a cross to illustrate the idea of Jesus ascending (going up) into Heaven.

 

Why don’t you have a go at designing and making your own Easter kite? What symbols could you include on it? Think about the Easter story – the cross, the empty tomb etc. What colours will you have on your kite? Do they represent something?

You can email me pictures of your kites or send a picture to the school Twitter @BirchgrovePrm

I look forward to seeing your designs!

 

Miss Davies (RE)

You can email me at rsdavies@birchgroveprm.cardiff.sch.uk

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