Collective Worship in our school
What do our children say about Collective Worship?
I like the hymns and prayers (KS1 child)
I like when we get to be involved like getting to act out Bible stories (KS1 child)
The person leading asks us throughout to ‘reflect’ or ‘have a think’ (KS1 child)
I like when we sing or do drama. (KS2 child)
You can sit and think about what’s being said (KS2 child)
I would like to sit and think for longer because we go straight out to play after Collective Worship. (KS2 child)
(updated Jan 2018)
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:
The aim of Collective Worship in our school is to provide the opportunity for pupils to:
To be meaningful for pupils, collective worship enables them to reflect on:
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.
We warmly welcome parents, carers and other family members to join us in Collective Worship. We provide a schedule for each term so you are able to select when you would like to attend.
Please see below for the most recent themes and schedule for Collective Worship in our school.