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We held a Spirituality Day in January and looked at spirituality in 4 different ways, mirror moments, door moments, window moments and candle moments. We explained each type of moment to the children and they explored this through collective worship and spirituality tasks they undertook in the classroom. Each moment was explained as follows:-


Mirror Moment


Bible verse: “As the Father has loved me, so I have loved you. Now remain in my love.” John 15 v9

Mirror moments are one way for us all to explore our own spirituality; this one encourages us to consider how we feel about ourselves and our place in God’s creation. These sort of activities can lead to all sorts of discussion but part of the aim of this activity is to help all to understand that they are not alone if they struggle with their own confidence or negative thoughts about themselves from time to time – it is normal. However, we can encourage others to recognise the positives too; also, that Christian’s believe we are all special and unique creations that God values and loves.


Door Moments


Bible verse: “God saw all that he had made and it was good” Genesis 1 v31

Door moments are one way to explore our own spirituality and how this relates to our relationships with others. This reflection focuses on serving others as an outworking of our spirituality, understanding our place in creation as part of a community.


Window Moments


Bible verse: “Be still and know that I am God” Psalm 46 v10

Window moments are one way to explore our own spirituality and how this relates to the world around us. The focus for this reflection is to encourage an appreciation and wonder of the world around us and also a reminder that we can use God’s creation to still us and help develop an inner peace.


Candle Moments


Bible verse: “I am with you, to the very end of the age”. Matthew 28 v20

Candle moments are one way to explore spiritual concepts that are not tangible – beyond what we can see. This reflection helps us to think about God’s Holy Spirit and how His spirit can be evident in our lives and the world around us.


At the end of the day, children shared together their experiences and their learning.

We continue to refer to these moments through our weekly collective worships.


Ringwood Church of England Infant School

Ringwood Church of England Infant School

School Lane, Ringwood, Hampshire, BH24 1LG