Corton Primary School children learn about the Sikh faith
- Credit: Mrs J Dalley
Corton Primary School children explored the Sikh faith during their religious education class.
The Sikhism day was one of three faith days held by the Church of England school every year.
During the day, all the year groups joined up to work together.
Pupils took part in different practices associated with a Sikh group or community.
The activities varied from creating a Chauri - a special fan used to wave over their holy book the Guru Granth Sahib, to learning some Gatka moves, which is a form of combat training developed by Sikhs.
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A spokesman for the school said: 'The variety of experiences broadened pupils' experiences and understanding of the Sikh religion.
'Faith days provide our pupils with a set of skills to help pupils understand and discuss different religions.'
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She added: 'These days are always special as it is most rewarding to witness the positive interaction between age groups.'