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Collective Worship in our school

Arrangements for Collective Worship in a church school are the responsibility of the governors in consultation with the Headteacher.

Collective Worship in our school  is carried out in accordance with the school's founding Trust Deed, and in accordance with the statutory Instruments of Government, available from the school or Diocese.

As a school we:

  • provide an act of Collective Worship for all pupils every day.
  • ensure that this act of worship can take place at any time of the school day and in any regular school grouping e.g. whole school, key stage or class unit but usually we gather together at 10.25 each day
  • make it clear to parents that they have the right to withdraw  their child from Collective Worship. This is stated in our policy and prospectus

The aim of Collective Worship in our school is to provide the opportunity for pupils to:

  • worship God
  • reflect on values that are of a Christian nature and on their own beliefs
  • develop a community spirit, a common ethos and shared values
  • consider spiritual and moral issues
  • respond to the worship offered
  • to provide an opportunity to celebrate major, and some minor, Christian festivals
  • to celebrate gifts, talents and achievements
  • to encourage respect and care for God's creation by a positive attitude to both local and global environmental issues
  • to foster feelings such as awe, wonder, thankfulness, mystery and joy.

To be meaningful for pupils, collective worship enables them to reflect on:

  • what it means to be a human being
  • questions of meaning, purpose and value
  • the best that human beings can be - inspirational, exemplars (people of faith or not) who have demonstrated through their actions, lives and qualities. Examples will come from religious and non-religious sources.
  • personal beliefs and values

 

Adults and children lead worship in our school following weekly themes  informed by the Diocese of Ely.  Our children's CW teams are led by Year 5/6 and each team aims to lead worship twice each term. They are supported by in school resources and also by the Headteacher, Mrs Allen.

 

Please see below for the most recent themes and schedule for Collective Worship in our school.

 

Collective Worship Spring 2 2017

Collective Worship Spring 1 2017

Collective Worship schedule