Collective Worship

As a Church school, Collective Worship is an important time during which we can share in celebrating God's love and learning more about our Christian faith through stories, songs, drama and prayer. We also celebrate the traditions of other religions in order for children to become more understanding of the beliefs of others.

The Christian values we promote through collective worship are the foundation of our school ethos. We have 6 core values, they are:  Love, Friendship, Forgiveness, Honesty, Hope and Trust. 

Every Monday within Collective Worship we also acknowledge and reward the children for achievements both in and out of school, promoting the ethos of the school that all children are valued and learning is celebrated.  School awards include; Star of the Week and Star Writer.

 

We support our children in offering a Child Led Worship.  This is supported by the weekly leader of collective worship and is centred around the weekly theme.  Children are encouraged to share a story through speaking/drama/objects, offer a song and a prayer, as well as encouraging their audience to participate. 

Spring Term 2018
 
This term we are once again following the themes suggested by the Leicester Diocese.
 

Following on from Autumn's themes where we examined some of the many Christian values that we uphold; we continue to explore other values that we hold close to our hearts, seeking to share them with our children as part of their spiritual education. This will be done in conjunction with poignant festivals and celebrations in the calendars of Christian and other faiths. 

Weekly Themes:

Epiphany

Koinonia/Fellowship

Friendship

Thankfulness

Forgiveness

Humility

Sacrifice (Lent)

Endurance

Justice

Courage

 

 Each half term children will lead Collective Worship on some of the above themes.