Vision Afternoon

Our November Vision Afternoon saw the children in year two exploring the meaning behind our courageous advocacy project to help the hungry. We explored the meaning of ‘courageous advocacy’ and learnt that it is important to speak up for those who cannot do it for themselves. We listened to a story about how Jesus took two fish and five loaves of bread to feed 5,000 people (Matthew 14:13-21). It inspired us to create artwork and make bread to help us to remember our new favorite phrase ‘there’s enough food for everyone’. Once cooked, Mrs Leese handed out the fourteen rolls to fourteen children in the class and said ‘here’s your bread, you may eat it’. We looked to our friends who had none and were sad and chose to break our bread to share with one another. We saw how it makes people feel when there is enough food for everyone but we don’t get any ourselves. From this we changed our phrase to ‘there’s enough food for everyone if we share’. We are very passionate about our project and will continue working hard to help those in need.