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Visits to Lincoln’s Mosque

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Year 3 and 4 visited our local Mosque in Lincoln as part of their Muslim topic. We were greeted by the Imam there, who took us inside for a presentation about Islam, Mosques around the world, the Five Pillars of Islam and how Muslims pray. This was followed by questions and answers with the children.

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A Visit to a Gurdwara for Year 6!

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Year 6 took a trip to Holy Bones Gurdwara in Leicester, with the help of Mrs J Phull, as part of their Sikh topic. They got a chance to experience a Gurdwara first hand as they learnt about and took part in some of their customs and traditions. The children got a chance to take part in the Langar (free communal kitchen), make a small donation to the Golak (donation box) and have a tour around the Gurdwara.

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First Informal Concert of the Year

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Another splendid half-term concert opened to stunning effect with the Upper School Orchestra treating everyone to a spirited rendition of Karl Jenkins’ Palladio followed by a splendid vocal solo from Issy Sparkes (Year 6) with The Primrose by Grieg – a lovely piece that has not previously featured in one of our concerts. This was followed by the Lower School Choir who gave us a very welcome reprise of their Harvest Festival piece – Share, Share, Share!

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Shakespeare Schools Festival

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Our year 5 and 6 pupils are gearing up for their performance of Hamlet at the Drill Hall in November. The rehearsals are well underway and the children are really excited to be performing in a professional theatre. It would be wonderful if as many of you as possible could come and watch to show your support, even if your child is not performing. Younger pupils are also more than welcome and I can promise that it is an evening of wonderful entertainment.

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