Collective Worship

Links with the Church Community are very strong and enable us to ensure our Christian ethos is securely communicated. There are frequent visitors to the school to contribute to our daily act of worship, visits to the local church for fixed feast festivals and regular assemblies are held in the church to promote it as a place for spiritual calm.


As a Church of England School our collective worship always has a Christian perspective. Encouraging our children to make clear links between the Christian faith and different aspects of their lives.If any parent wishes to withdraw a child from this area of the curriculum they should arrange to discuss this with the Head Teacher.


Collective Worship Themes for the Spring Term 2017


A Christian Perspective

Jesus exemplified in his person ministry and relationship with God, what it was to be called the 'servant king'. Christians believe that their calling is to follow Jesus' example according to their gifts or abilities. They believe that through serving God in others, 'perfect freedom' will ultimately be found.







A Christian Perspective

The justice revealed in the Bible is always seen in the context of love. It includes the call to take responsibility for one another, especially the poor and oppressed, and to see that no-one is excluded from the essentials of life.