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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Gurdwara Visit

At the end of last term Nursery children visited the Gurdwara to look for patterns and share and celebrate different cultures within our community. 

We looked around the outside of the Gurdwara.
We found patterns on the walls
We could feel the patterns as well as see them.
To show respect, we removed our shoes and covered our heads when we entered the Gurdwara.
There are many more patterns to find inside.
The Gurdwara is a beautiful and peaceful place.
We walked around quietly
Some children in our class attend the Gurdwara regularly, they showed us what they do whilst they are there.
We found the symbol of the Sikh faith - the Khanda
We were very lucky, we sat and tried some food whilst we were at the Gurdwara.
We talk with our friends as we ate.
We were very interested to see inside the rooms in the Gurdwara.
We really enjoyed our visit to the Gurdwara and hope to learn about the different cultures in our community.

How many patterns can you find in your home?

Do you visit anywhere that is special to you?

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