Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Poem Anthology

This week we were learning about Poem and how they are written in different structure.We have also been focusing on Saint Francis of Assisi and Jesus Christ for the coming of christmas. I have written all these        poems using my own words.

Thursday, 28 July 2016

My Timetable

Senior Hub Timetable

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Maths
Mr Hadnett
Maths
Mr Hadnett
   
 Technology
       W.I.S
Maths
Mr Hadnett
Maths
Mr Hadnett
Reading
Mr Tyrell
Reading
Mr Tyrell
Reading
Mr Tyrell
Reading
Mr Tyrell
Interval
Interval
Interval
Interval
Interval
L.C.S
Miss Goodier
L.C.S
Miss Goodier
Maths
Mr Hadnett
L.C.S
Miss Goodier
L.C.S
Miss Goodier
Writing
Miss Goodier
Writing
Miss Goodier
Reading
Mr Tyrell
Writing
Miss Goodier
Writing
Miss Goodier
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Yr 7 & 8 STEM
Miss Ashe
Yr 7 & 8 STEM
Miss Ashe
Senior Hub Sport
Yr 7 & 8 RE
Miss Goodier
Yr 7 & 8 RE
Miss Goodier

Saturday, 25 June 2016

My Thank-You Letter!

Dear: Damon


On the 7th of June 2016 the year 7 and 8 of Christ The King School came to visit the mindlab. We thank you Damon for showing us around and letting us build what might become of the future of technology.
What I liked the most was 3D printing and exploring the world of tinkercad and learning the basics.
Super happy if I get to visit the mindlab again and  get to see what you have in store for me.


Thanks again
From: Valfh


 

Thursday, 26 May 2016

Before and after Vatican ii



Pre Vatican II
After Vatican II(1960)
Mass said in Latin
Mass said in local language
Catholic schools were taught by priests and nuns
Catholic schools are now taught by anyone that has at least a bit of background of teaching in a Catholic way.
Nuns wore full habits and were recognised by the public
Some orders of nuns can now wear appropriate “mufti”.
Everyone went to Mass dressed the best
Everyone chooses to dress however they want
Women weren’t allowed to have important roles in Mass
Women are now allowed to take the important roles in Mass such as Eucharistic ministers.
There was the same music for every mass(probably said in Latin)
Now the music are chosen by the priest, who chooses an appropriate song for the congregation.

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