Collective Worship

As a Church school, Collective Worship is an important time during which we can share in celebrating God’s love and learn 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 eight key Christian values that are the core of our school life. These are Creation, Endurance, Forgiveness, Koinonia, Reverence, Service, Trust and Wisdom.

We are supported by our local church community and members of the church regularly visit the school to lead Collective Worship. Our local church, St Martin’s, is located a short walk from the school. We hold special services here every term such as Harvest, Christmas, Easter and the end of year Bible Service in July.

Every Friday we 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.

Our Collective Worship Timetable

DayDetails
MondayWorship led by the Headteacher or Deputy Headteacher
TuesdayWorship led by a member of staff
WednesdayWorship takes place in class
ThursdayWorship led by a visitor
FridayCelebration worship