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Reflection corner

Discussion in 'Primary' started by waysally, Jan 18, 2012.

  1. We are a C of E Primary School and I am struggling for inspiration regarding a reflection corner/RE table within my year 6 class. I suppose I am looking for objects (not necessarily religious) which might give pupils perspective, a place to reflect or just feel safe. So far only ideas have been candle, mirror, sand timer simple plant etc. Any ideas would be gratefully received. Many thanks in advance. SallyXx
  2. Beautiful pictures of places or natural objects? Shells, branches, leaves? A little figurine, not necessarily religious.
    But in a religious school I would also include a simple cross or crucifix.
  3. Thank you. Like the idea of pictures. Maybe from around the world. Could create a gallery. :) Sally Xx

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