Stoke St Gregory Primary School

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As a church school we have a close link with the Parish Church of St. Gregory and also with the local Baptist Church. Please see documents below for further information about both churches.

Messy Church update for a Family Event in September

A message from Sonya

(13.7.21)

As a result of the school closure this week, the Messy church event planned for this Saturday is being rescheduled. It will now take place on Saturday 4th September 2021. It starts at 4pm and includes crafts, a trail around our grounds and a picnic tea for families to enjoy together.  Parents will be responsible for their children at the event.  It would be really helpful to us to know numbers so that we know how many picnic teas to provide!  So, if you are planning to attend, please email sonyacsetchell@gmail.com and let us know how many adults and how many children will be there.

Open the Book (30.6.2021) 

Thank you to the group from St Gregory’s Church who came into school this week to deliver our next ‘Open the Book’ assembly. The weather was kind and resulted in us being able to be all together in our bubbles outside. Our Year 6s took an active part in proceedings and, as ever, shared their brilliant personalities within their contributions for the assembly.

The story this week was about the importance of humility – a hard concept to grasp but an important one. Our children understood how Peter and John, two brothers who were disciples of Jesus, wanted to be the most important and the best and be given the highest positions of rank. This is a concept our children can understand as it is a natural part of their own development. It naturally helps our children to realise the importance of considering others which, as we all know is a life-long learning curve.

Kingfisher Class created 3D models of the Easter story. Can you put them in chronological order? (April 2021)

The Easter Story visual representation at the Baptist church, Easter 2021. The contributions from our children were put onto the cross following an assembly that Sonya took in school. (April 2021)