Collective Worship is central to everything that we do within our school and is always at the heart of helping us to make the right choices and decisions, in considering how Jesus lived and the choices that Jesus would have made.
Each day the whole school gathers together for worship and we encourage everyone to take an active part. As a Church of England School we base our worship on Christian teachings, values and traditions of the Christian Church. However, we conduct our collective worship in a manner that is sensitive to the individual faith and beliefs of all members of the school community. Collective worship plays a very important part in promoting the Christian ethos of the school, encouraging the children to have high levels of spiritual and moral reflection and to ensure that all children are valued, and their achievements are recognised.
Collective worship is used to encourage the children to:
Through our organisation of Collective Worship, we:
A Weekly Overview of our Collective Worship:
Mondays – Whole School Collective Worship
Tuesdays – Key Stage Worship
Wednesdays – Whole School Collective Worship
Thursdays – Whole School Choral Worship
Fridays – Celebration Worship