020 8527 5991   school@handsworth.waltham.sch.uk   Handsworth Avenue, Highams Park, London, E4 9PJ  
3 New Articles  |   |  Contact  |  Register  |  Login
To all the mummies!
05 Oct 2018
Science in 3SN
05 Oct 2018
Welcome back
19 Sep 2018











( LOGIN to comment on this article. )

3RT Food and drink symbolising my life

15 Jan 2014

In RE we are currently looking at signs and symbols.  On Tuesday we looked at the Passover and what it meant to the Jewish faith.  We were particularly interested in the food and drink that they celebrated this occasion with and what it symbolised.  So we discussed the story of Moses and the Israelites finally escaping Egypt after years of slavery and what God did to help them.  We then looked at the sedar plate and found out why they celebrated with this meal.

The children in 3RT were then asked to imagine they were thousands and thousands of miles from home and they were to prepare a meal that reminded them of home.  Some of the responses were both wonderful and extremely creative.

Can you see one of your symbols below?  What else do you know about the Passover?  Add any comments below.

A baked bean is shaped like a rugby ball so it reminds me of sport.

A birthday cake reminds me of celebrating with my friends and so symbolises friendship.

Blueberries symbolises sadness because you are feeling blue being away from family and friends.

A marshmallow is squishy and reminds me of my family's hugs because they are squishy.

A pizza is the shape of a football and reminds me of my love for football.

I would have carrots because I love rabbits and they love carrots.

I would have a crab sushi roll because the crab is very soft and love is too.

A Haribo heart because it reminds me of my family.

Peas can represent being part of the Hnadsworth Community.

A banana symbolises happiness as it looks like a smiling face.

Well done 3RT, I am very impressed with these.

( LOGIN to comment on this article. )

I thought that lesson was great! My favourite comment was the crab sushi because it's a new sort of food to me and I like the bit about love being soft! I want to also say that I'd like to include a baked potato as the cross on top reminds me of the fun i have playing my Xbox! from Frank
Mrs Fiona Buckley - 31 Jan 2015 - 14:41
Go to the page-top

Please wait

Copyright © 2018  Handsworth Primary School    Website Terms & Conditions

Autumn Term Parents Evening
13th & 14th November 2018 

We hope you have enjoyed your evening.
Please leave your feedback
from parents evening HERE 

Thank you

Selct an hour and a minute and then click on Set Time

Selected Time:  _:_

Set Time