All Saints Church of England Primary School

All Saints Church of EnglandPrimary School

Collective Worship

Through our collective worship provision we aim to encourage children’s natural sense of wonder and to develop their qualities of curiosity, celebration, faith and gratitude which form the foundation of the worship of God.

Through this we want to contribute to children’s spiritual, moral and cultural development and enable them to reflect specifically on Christian values and beliefs.

To engage our children and provide a variety of approaches to collective worship, we aim to foster a sense of community and unity within the school.

We aspire to offer children an opportunity for the understanding of God in a way that is individual and appropriate for them, and which allows them to be comfortable in worship.

Collective Worship Policy

Each week we congregate to celebrate our collective worship in All Saints Church led by Father Noel. The positioning of our school enables this regular link and our children respect the church as a place of worship.

Our Collective Worship builds on our school values of; Community, Creativity, Joy, Curiosity and Confidence. Each term we explore a Value in depth. the photo below shows our display of Joy from our school Collective Worship responses and our own celebration of our pilgrimage to Wells Cathedral to see the Gaia Exhibit.

Our plan for Collective worship:

We aim to have a range of approaches which ensure pupils remain engaged and excited by our Collective Worship.

Term 1 Term 2 term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Term 6

Christian Values and themes

Collective Worship

Our Vision

Generosity

Compassion Courage Forgiveness Friendship Respect

Church Led 

Collective Worship

Community Creativity Curiosity Joy Confidence All Values.

Values 

Collective Worship

Community

 

Creativity

Curiosity JOY

Trust Values.

Confidence

Sing 

Collective Worship

Harvest

Remembrance
Christmas

 

Awe and Wonder Easter Modern Hymns Classical Hymns
Whole school Remembrance of the Queen 

Remembrance

Christmas Celebration

Spirituality British Values End of year Celebration