A butcher, a baker and a candlestick maker.
One of the features of the second half of the Spring Term is the way in which the children have taken up the idea of,’…loving your neighbour…’. Also the preparation for and performances of Joseph added a new flavour to the Christian School, Takeley’s calendar.
What makes the school Christian? The ethos and the teachers are important as well as the character lessons offered to the pupils. If you look at St Martin-in-the-Fields in London, you see a community not only famous for its musical worship but for its hospitality and care for the homeless. They express love for God in their worship which continues in their care for their neighbour. This, I feel, is what makes a school a Christian School; we aim to be a community of faith, love and hope in action. We aspire to excellence in our education which includes service to others.