Cluster Assemblies

Primary schools in the James Young cluster have the opportunity to bring a whole year group together from across the schools to celebrate Harvest, St. Andrew’s Day, FairTrade Fortnight and World Book Day at one of our cluster assemblies. Blogs You can read about a P4 visit to a World Book…

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P7 Easter Code

In this 2-hour workshop, pupils work in teams to visit five zones to crack the ‘Easter Code’: Passover meal – pupils taste and experience a Passover meal, learn about the ‘Last Supper’ and reflect on the value of sharing. Foot washing – pupils hear the story of Jesus washing his…

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P6 Bubblegum ‘n’ Fluff

Imagine finding a piece of old bubblegum under your bed.  It might have been around for so long that it’s covered in so much fluff you can’t work out what it is.  That’s how pupils imagine Christmas in this 90-minute workshop – so covered in fluff that you can’t see what’s…

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Reflective Spaces

Built around each school’s statement of values, Reflective Spaces offer the opportunity for pupils engage in quiet or active reflection on their own actions and beliefs.  There are typically 8-10 interactive activities, with a balance of visual, auditory, tactile and kinaesthetic styles, with pupils spending around 30 minutes reflecting on…

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Labyrinth Workshops

Labyrinth workshops are offered at all levels from P1 to P7 and combine RME, art and design, maths and problem solving skills.  Workshops can be two hour, half day or full day.  Depending on the stage and length of workshop, pupils will: Learn what a labyrinth is and how it…

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Schools

Chaplaincy Members of our ministry team are chaplains to ten primary and two secondary schools across Livingston and are regularly involved in Religious Observance, school assemblies, classwork, Rights Respecting School groups, parent councils and much more. Chaplains also provide support to staff, pupils and families at times of difficulty, such…

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