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Collective Worship

We believe that Christian worship in a Church of England school should reflect the traditions of the Church of England and develop learners’ understanding of Anglican traditions and practice. We ensure that all members of our school community feel valued, respected without exclusion as worship is an extension of our school’s Christian vision and ethos.

Our worship enables pupils to:

  • Gather and engage: Looking out onto the world is filled with ‘wows but also ows’. Things that we are grateful for and things we consider awful.

  • Respond: Looking at our emotions and thinking about our own thoughts and feelings, both individually and together.

  • ​Express: Looking through the door, to order to then act or express this in some way in response, for moving on, making choices and doing something creative, active and purposeful in response.

Collective Worship Weekly Timetable

Monday - Whole School Collective Worship

Tuesday - Class collective worship, reflections recorded in the each classes’ Collective Worship record book.

Wednesday - Whole school singing praise.

Thursday - Class collective worship, reflections recorded in the each classes’ Collective Worship record book. Reflection on British Values and inspirational figures.

Friday - ‘Sharing Success’ whole school collective worship led by Mrs Easthope.

 

We regularly host family worship where we welcome the local community to participate in our worship.

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