On Wednesday, Key Stage 2 went to Malvern Priory to learn all about the history of this beautiful building from when it was first built over 900 years ago, to the worship that continues today. In a series of really fun workshops the children learned about the daily life of prayer and service of the monks who inhabited the priory, medieval medicine, the architecture of the building and the archaeological artefacts found, how to spin wool, play handbells, and toll the bells in the Tower! In addition, there were times of lively worship, entertaining storytelling and quiet times of prayer and reflection. It was a lovely day and our thanks go to the huge team of helpers from Malvern Priory who took such care in the planning and smooth running of the day.
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