Collective Worship gives pupils and school staff the opportunity to:
- Engage in an act of community
- Express praise and thanksgiving to God
- Be still and reflect
- Explore the big questions of life and respond to national events
- Foster respect and deepen spiritual awareness
- Reflect on the character of God and the teachings of Christ
- Affirm Christian values and attitudes
- Share each other's joys and challenges
- Celebrate special times in the Christian calendar.
Collective Worship is a key part of our school day with a daily gathering of our school community to give thanks for what we have, who we have and a time to think why we have it.
In these difficult times, a period of quiet reflection is what we all need. Time to reset, time to think and a time to look for the positives.
This page has some resources aimed at giving you an opportunity to reflect at home for with your family.
If your child would like to contribute a prayer or some artwork to be published on the Collective Worship page please send the work in either by emailing the school or via our school blog.
Autumn half term theme: Generosity
Home and School Values for Generosity theme
Class 3 Harvest Collective Worship on Friday 2nd October.
Family Lectionary at Home
Please use the links below to worship as a family on the theme for this Sunday.
This week's Lectionary at Home
Picture news reflections are posted here for you to use at home. We use these in school as part of our Collective Worships in class.
Picture News - this week's resources to use at home
A prayer for the world
Lord, we pray for all those affected by the current crisis,
For those feeling lonely, give your comfort,
For those missing loved ones, give your courage,
For those feeling worried, give your peace,
For those who have lost a loved one, show your compassion.
We pray for your protection over all those working on the frontline,
we pray for doctors, nurses and scientists, and all who are trying to find
the right medicines to help those who are ill.
Thank you that even in these challenging times, you are with each one of us.