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Henley Green....it's our place to shine!

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At Henley Green Primary School we use the Coventry & Warwickshire Agreed syllabus for RE and use their units to ensure consistency throughout the school.  Each class is taught distinct RE lessons throughout the year and all children attend assembly daily. 

Year 4's visit to St. Mary Magdalene church for a harvest celebration.

Year 4's visit to St. Mary Magdalene church for a harvest celebration. 1 Our school collected all this food for harvest.

Food all packed by Year 4 ready to take to the church.

Food all packed by Year 4 ready to take to the church. 1

A letter from City Mission to express their warmest thanks for the Harvest food that Henley Green donated to the church. At Henley Green we have a mutual respect for everyone from all socio-economic backgrounds.

Celebrating Harvest and autumn at Henley Green. A display by Year 1 and Year 4.

Celebrating Harvest and autumn at Henley Green. A display by Year 1 and Year 4. 1
Celebrating Harvest and autumn at Henley Green. A display by Year 1 and Year 4. 2
Celebrating Harvest and autumn at Henley Green. A display by Year 1 and Year 4. 3
Celebrating Harvest and autumn at Henley Green. A display by Year 1 and Year 4. 4
Celebrating Harvest and autumn at Henley Green. A display by Year 1 and Year 4. 5

Reverend Linda's assembly about 'temptation'.

Reverend Linda's assembly about 'temptation'. 1 Reverend Linda told us a story.
Reverend Linda's assembly about 'temptation'. 2 We thought about when we are tempted.
Reverend Linda's assembly about 'temptation'. 3

In Reverend Linda's assembly, Ms. Sohanta talked about the story of Rama and Sita and how a terrible demon called Ravan, was tempted.

In Reverend Linda's assembly, Ms. Sohanta talked about the story of Rama and Sita and how a terrible demon called Ravan, was tempted.  1
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