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RE @ Marlborough

Wednesday 3rd April 2019

Created by: Mr Michael Jefford

“It was nice to learn more about Humanism and the activities in the workshop were very engaging.” Ainesh, 5 Austen

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Article 14: You have the right to choose your own religion and beliefs. Your parents should help you decide what is right and wrong, and what is best for you.

At Marlborough, we have created strong links within the religious community in Harrow. Children experience many trips to places of religious importance and we also have the opportunity to invite visitors and local religious leaders in to our school. This means that children begin to understand how religion is practised in the real world and its role in our community.

“I enjoyed the activities we did during the workshop. The question game made me think about a lot of things.” Nysa, 5 Austen

“It was nice to learn more about Humanism and the activities in the workshop were very engaging.” Ainesh, 5 Austen

“I enjoyed the workshop because it gave us the chance to speak our opinions on lots of different topics.”

Earlier this month, we were very fortunate to have a Humanist School Speaker visit Marlborough to deliver a special assembly on the key beliefs in Humanism. The children were keen to learn about the values embodied by Humanists and their views on how to live life. Following this, Year 5 pupils enjoyed an informative workshop all about the significance of Science and reason in our world today. 

As part of their learning about Christianity, the Year 2 pupils attended a school trip to the Trinity Church in Harrow – they had a fantastic time performing on stage at the Church and learning about the life of Jesus. Our talented children brought this learning back into the classroom by creating writing opportunities in English and other subjects.

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