Wolsingham Churches Together
The trail is different this year, instead of searching for clues around the shops, children will need to search for 15 picture clues on notice boards and windows around the centre of Wolsingham. The theme this year is gifts. Just as the Wise Men brought gifts for Jesus, we too give gifts, we like to receive gifts, as we celebrate the birthday of Jesus. There is a song called ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’. A gift of a partridge in a pear tree was given on Christmas Day and on Boxing Day, that same gift plus another gift and so it continues over the twelve days. What are these gifts and where are they? The trail clues have been assigned to Seesaw this morning. All the children have to do is to find the street and look for the picture clue, write the name of the gift next to the street and then upload their answers on Seesaw. This year instead of prizes being awarded at the Christingle service, every child who completes the trail and uploads it to Seesaw will receive 50 points for their team and KS2 children have the option of winning another 100 points by answering the question at the bottom of the trail. Entries must be returned by Wednesday 18th December.