Pupils were told the story of The Most Magnificent Mosque by Ann Jungman, in which a Muslim, Christian and Jew bond over the beauty of a local mosque.You know, the sequels where Muslims, Christians and Jews bond over the beauty of a local church, or synagogue.
There will be some, won’t there?
Religious educators have been spreading a message of interfaith respect through Newham primary schools. Religious Education Matters invited year five primary pupils from across the borough to a workshop at Brampton Primary School in East Ham.A workshop? How sophisticated!
The pupils were also encouraged to question, and voted on the most important question from a list to decide which was the most profound. Pupils believed the question of whether a team is still a team if somebody breaks away was the most vital of all.I don’t know if that’s a dig at apostasy, or the kids didn’t really understand the question and thought it related to football transfers!