Here at Eastnor we pride ourselves on providing a wide range of opportunities for children across all age groups. We value the experience gained by children engaging with different types of cultural activities as well as conversing with different types of people from a wide range of different backgrounds.
At the heart of our ethos lies the goal of supporting every child in their discovery of the world they live in as well as finding out and celebrating what makes each of them unique and special. The world is a huge and diverse place whereby all children will come across people from all different paths of life.
We look forward to sharing a snippet into the life of people believing in different faiths on Tuesday 28th November. The children will move around the school in their houses as this offers them the opportunity to converse and discuss their perspectives of faiths with children of all ages.
Each classroom will be transformed into a day in the life of someone from a different faith, using the children's visits to different places of worship last year as inspiration.
Class 1's focus will remain on Christianity, exploring how it differs around the world.
Class 2's focus will surround Judaism, using children's prior visit to the Synagogue as a starting point.
Class 3 will be exploring Hinduism, with a variety of music, food and worship experiences.
Class 4 will be focusing on the Islamic faith and again will involve plenty of music, food and daily lifestyle experiences for the children.
We look forward to sharing this with the children as well as discovering their viewpoints on different faiths, cultures and lifestyles.