Collective Worship

Signs and Symbols Collective Worship

Signs and Symbols Collective Worship

Year 2 have successfully planned and led their own collective worship this week, celebrating our work linked to signs and symbols. The children thought about how we would gather, the word, the response, the reflection and mission. It was a very thoughtful collective worship. Well done Year 2!

New Beginnings Collective Worship

New Beginnings Collective Worship

To end our unit on ‘New Beginnings’ Year 2 planned and led a collective worship. The children thought about how they could gather and set up their own focal point. They then picked the creation as their scripture reading. Following this the children talked about new beginnings they have made and especially thought about the new beginning in Year 2. The children chose to place things linked to this on the focal point. Finally the children thought about what they were going to try to achieve in Year 2. They wrote this on a star which is hung on our class tree. The also shared this as they placed a photo on the focal point.

Year 4 – Collective Worship in the school chapel

Year 4 took some time today to enjoy a lovely collective worship. We decided to go to the school chapel in our Gospel garden to really take advantage of some quiet reflective time. We looked at the Parable of the Rich Fool. We thought about the message behind the story and how we should be more sharing towards others. We each said our own prayer and we collected these together in our prayer box. Finally we decided to go forward by showing others how we can share and be more caring towards one another.

Year 1 – Being a good neighbour assembly

Today Year 1 presented their final assembly to Year 2, Reception and all their families. The theme of this assembly was about being a good neighbour and that means not just to the people who live next door to us but to the whole world! We used the story of the Good Samaritan from Luke’s Gospel to explain that Jesus wants us all to love each other as we love ourselves.

You all had brilliant speaking voices, fantastic acting and the singing was amazing. I’m very proud of you all!