In Christianity, wreaths are used to observe the Advent season, in preparation for Christmastide and Epiphanytide, as well as to celebrate the latter two liturgical seasons. These wreaths, as with other Advent and Christmas decorations, are often set up on the first Sunday of Advent, a custom that is sometimes done liturgically, through a hanging of the greens ceremony.  Advent and Christmas wreaths are constructed of evergreens to represent everlasting life brought through Jesus and the circular shape of the wreath represents God, with no beginning and no end.

We have created our own Rainbow Wreaths this year to remember the lives lost in the Covid Pandemic, and to celebrate our NHS and Keyworkers. We recognise that the staff at our school have worked hard to keep the us, the students, safe and able to continue with our education. We have used different shapes and designs for leaves to represent the different subjects that we study.