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Collective worship

Our approach to collective worship is based upon Values for Life

Christian values of:
Compassion, Courage, Trust, Forgiveness, Friendship, Thankfulness, Wisdom, Peace, Generosity, Creativity, Service, Truthfulness, Respect, Perseverance, Hope, Humility, Justice, Responsibility

Each term we focus on one of the above values to enable it to reflect our school. 

Through these values, daily acts of collective worship are planned to give everyone a variety of experiences to develop spirituality through reflection, as well as an understanding of Christianity and aspects of other faiths and cultures.

The experiences include involving children in sharing relevant stories from the Bible, images, drama, poetry, prayers, music, audio visual and singing.They enable us to reflect on and respond to things which we, as a school community, believe are important in preparing children to be responsible citizens now and in the future.

Reflective Area.

Our reflective area is a space where children can write prayers in response to collective acts of worship. It is a calm and peaceful part of our school, where the children can sit and listen to calm music and also the sound of the runing water in the water feature, reminding us of the Water of Life.

This is our tree for prayers of thanks and just a couple of examples of the prayers the children wrote. 

Children responding to the fresh start by saying sorry and being forgiven.

A prayer from the children in the remembrance day service.

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