Year 5 pupils embarked on an insightful journey exploring Abrahamic Religions by visiting both a Synagogue and the Rochester Cathedral.

Their first stop was the Synagogue, where they absorbed the unique rituals and practices. They delved into the Cathedral’s serene ambience and navigated the Pilgrims’ Steps on their knees. They also engaged in discussions about the Cathedral’s key features by comparing and contrasting them with the Synagogue’s structure and purpose.

This eye-opening trip broadened their understanding of religious diversity and fostered a deeper appreciation for different places of worship within the local community.

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