Jamyang Buddhist centre (the gampa ) by Matilde
Thursday January 11th 2018, 8:06 am
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This week was RE week ,

Year 6 we’re learning about Buddhism ,we went to Jamyang Buddhist centre to learn even more information we saw two room who’s names were the big Gampa and the small gumpa gum means meditate and pa means room so it means meditation room the small one was mor dedicated on how it looks they made it so it looks like the ones they have in tipe and the big one was more of a normal one we’re they meditate.we did a little bit of meditation and it calmed me down and cleared everything bad out of my mind .🙏



Top 10 Magnificent Facts About Buddhism!! BY CALEB
Thursday January 11th 2018, 8:05 am
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Meditation by Emily
Thursday January 11th 2018, 8:05 am
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Today Year 6 went on a trip to a Buddhist centre. During our trip, we did a meditation task. Meditating is all about relaxing the mind and focusing on one thing (we were focusing on our breathing.) We have also been doing mindfulness in class as well. We learnt that there are loads of types of meditating, such as relaxation, focusing on one thing and more. While meditating we also heard about the singing bowl. We also had to have good posture during the meditation task,hands on knees, back straight, shoulders relaxed and crossed legs.



Buddhism By Maria
Thursday January 11th 2018, 8:04 am
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In r.e wee hade been learning about buddhism. We learned that for them to calm down or think about there actions they had to meditate.

We also learned that in a full moon days they have a festival in sri lanka. Today the 8.1.2018 we went to a buddhist centre. I really enjoyed learning knew facts about buddhism.🤗



Jamyang Buddhist centre by Chedeisy
Thursday January 11th 2018, 8:03 am
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This week in R.E,  Year 6 went  to the jamyang Buddhism centre. We saw statue of the Buddha and all so cups of water and it was the same am aunt of water the cup of water means different thing like music,food,relaxes when they come in and meditations.

 

This is the Eightfold Path.

1.Right view

2.Right tension

3.Right speech

4.Right action

5. Right liveihood

6.Right effort

7.right mindfulness

8. Right concentration

 



Jamyang buddhism centre by Bushra
Thursday January 11th 2018, 8:03 am
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We went and we learnt about the for Nobel truths and the story of the prince that if you keep wanting staff that’s not going to make you happy happiness cames from the heart.We also did some meditating; it was really  realacsing they had a will that whas could will of life they believe a thing that is could reancarnasion, if you are a good person then you tern something good but if you are a bad prison then you will tern to something bad they are kind of related to Indians some gods that’s they believe in the buddhis believe that is well there are three animals that is pig,snake and crook and they all have mining’s bahaind it. we learned the things that we don’t now and the stachu were to remand them that you don’t have to get angry in life of little things😀👍



R.E Week by Anon
Thursday January 11th 2018, 8:03 am
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This week is R.E(religious education)we have been learning about Buddhism.We have been learning some interesting facts such as the 4 noble truths.

We also learned about the Eightfold path(the picture below is the Buddhism Religion symbol).

 

Image result for eightfold path

We also went to the Jamyang Buddhist Centre.

This is the story of Buddha

 

 

 



Jamyang buddhist centre by Melvin
Monday January 08th 2018, 2:00 pm
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At the jamyang Buddhist centre we learnt about the buudahs if your wanting to know what a Buddha is they teach people about how to get rid of material possessions and know that you don’t have to rely on it.

buddahs have these small and big temples called gompas which are meditation one of the small Gompers were traditionally set up like a Tibetan gompa.



How was the world made?
Friday January 05th 2018, 4:04 pm
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As a precursor to our this term’s topic Evolution, Year 6 having been immersing ourselves in various theories of how the world began:

  • Creationism(Christian perspective)
  • Creationism(Islam perspective
  • Big Bang Theory(Scientific perspective )

How do you think the universe was created and why ?



LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL-jessica
Friday January 05th 2018, 1:06 pm
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It’s the last week of school so try your hardest to do your best. Try your best in the Christmas performance and learn all your lines and songs.Reminders on Tuesday it’s the winter fair and the christmas performance is on Monday (9:00am and 1:45pm).

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!