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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Journey along the river

During this weeks RE session, we have been continuing to look at how Sikh history impacts on their beliefs today.This week, we focused on the story of Guru Nanak and his 3 days at the river.

“The Guru Nanak had gone to the river, but when he never returned home the villagers went to look. They only found his clothes.” -  Joel

“Guru Nanak was in such a deep trance that he was speaking to God about how people can follow God’s ways” - Freya

“The Guru Nanak returned to his villagers and shared the ways in which people can follow God” - Hollie

Take a look at the pictures below of our journey along the river. We used the river as a way of understanding the different parts of the story and how one part impacted on the next.

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