Thank you for our chance of life, we will cherish this opportunity and live our life to the fullest. Easter is a time to rejoice and remember the resurrection of Jesus and how he gave his life for us. It is also a time to think about what we are doing to the world God created and the new generation that have to experience it.
God gave us hands of love to be able to give gifts with our hands and our mouths.Through this time, we have not been able to see distant family but Easter brings us much closer and much more together. You turned the dark to light and I am thankful.
Continue to help everyone to be grateful for what they have and to be healthy.
The rebirth of Jesus has led us to understanding life itself and to remember the sacrifices you made for us to be here today.
Thank you for sacrificing yourself for us to have our lives peacefully.
Thank you for allowing us to have a fresh start.
You have done your part, it is time to do ours.
Obama Class have been writing prayers for Easter this week and this is is their whole class prayer. I am truly proud of these fantastic young people and their ability to take God's love and share it with our community.
Well Done Obama Class - Miss Holgate
Welcome to Harleston Church of England Primary Academy
I am honoured to welcome you to our fabulous school family where our children flourish and grow with responsibility, respect and resilience.
We have the highest expectations of each other and will always try our best to ensure that we can all flourish and reach our goals, through resilience and respect for one another.
Whilst I appreciate that this is a strange time, I am excited to be the new Headteacher at Harleston and to be working with my fantastic team of adults and children to ensure that we can provide the best education and learning experiences for our community.
I look forward to seeing you (socially distanced, of course) soon and sharing some of the fabulous experiences we have been having at school.
Keep safe and God bless you
Flourish and grow with responsibility, respect and resilience.
‘As I have loved you, so you must love one another.’