All Saints' Worship Page
Collective Worship is practised every day and links are made to our half termly Core Values:
Justice, Respect, Faith, Compassion, Endurance and Tolerance.
One of our weekly worships is held in Church. We are also very lucky that we have Rev. Jen or our Open the Book team (led by dedicated Church parishioners) to support with the delivery of worship.
Worship is used as a time to develop children's spirituality and deep thinking; a time for reflection and prayer.
Collective worship is the unique heartbeat of our Church school and is offered as part of a wider opportunity for pupils and adults to encounter faith by engaging in conversations about God, both as individuals and together. Thi
Many schools work with the local vicar and other church members to plan and deliver acts of worship that are invitational, reflective and engaging. There is plenty of flexibility in the provision of collective worship to enable all pupils to benefit without compromising their beliefs.
Collective worship gives pupils and school staff the opportunity to:
- Engage in an act of community.
- Express praise and thanksgiving to God.
- Be still and reflect.
- Explore the big questions of life and respond to national events.
- Foster respect and deepen spiritual awareness.
- Reflect on the character of God and on the teachings of Christ.
- Affirm Christian values and attitudes.
- Share each other's joys and challenges.
- Celebrate special times in the Christian calendar.
Learn more about spirituality at All Saints' by clicking here
Every week, the children at All Saints' take time to reflect on a number of issues in their Class Worship. One of the ways we do this is through Picture news. We use Picture News to learn about World Events and how they link to our school values and British Values.