Our Collective Worship
We hold daily collective worship. Usually this takes place as a whole school, but it may sometimes take place in classrooms.
Every collective worship begins the same way by laying our worship table which represents the Holy Trinity:
- A bible to represent God the Father
- A cross to represent God the Son
- A lit candle to represent God the Holy Spirit
Our collective worship is themed, centered around our vision and values. We read and discuss in depth at least one 'Big Story from the Bible' each half term. Recently, we have featured The Good Samaritan, The Good Shepherd and Creation.
Our hall displays reflect and support our collective worship:
We regularly welcome local clergy to lead our collective worship:
We also love our regular 'Open the Book' collective worship:
Our annual Christingle service is always a particularly special occasion:
In November 2018 we remembered all those who have serviced and died for our country, commemorating 100 years since the end of the First World War. We visited the National Arboretum where we held worship. It was such a reflective day:
Some of our remembrance displays around school: