We have Worship everyday at School.
Monday Worship will be led by our vision of Where a love of learning grows; Growing in knowledge, growing in faith and growing in God’s love with the values of generosity, friendship, respect, trust and perseverance at its core. All shared with love and forgiveness through the words of Philippians 4:13 ‘I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me’
This term is based on ‘The Sermon on the Mount,’ which can be found in the Gospel of Matthew chapters 5, 6 and 7.
Matt Guilder (Curate)
Weekly class Worship time on a Monday afternoon
Stories with Jesus theme
Follows the liturgical year and uses the Gospel for the previous Sunday as the basis for Worship
(Roots and Fruits)
Worship team and
Class Worship sharing
Music and Praise Worship
Diversity in the God’s world
Autumn 1 Harvest
Autumn 2 Advent
Mrs Hutchins/Whole school
Certificate and star awards are presented
The whole school welcomes the work from the week and celebrates the work of the children and staff.
During the year we join the church community and congregation for services at St Michael's Church eg Harvest, Christmas, Mothering Sunday and Christingle as well as other celebrations through the year. Reverend Gary comes into school to support classes with RE work and Worship and supports staff well-being when he comes into school too. We also have Matt, the curate from St Thomas Church in Lancaster, who comes in to support class Worship on a Monday afternoon.
September 2022 KICK, as Christian based company, are working with the children and staff during a Wednesday. Their work is PE based with individual, group and class support based on our Christian values. They will also be completing mentoring sessions with some of the children
Collective Worship Overview
Home Worship link
- To lead the school prayer, biblical reading and setting up of Collective Worship
- To help with the running of collective worship
- To make children more engaged in collective worship
- To make collective worship more fun e.g. new songs, actions, role play
- To be the pupil voice
- To model the correct way to behave in collective worship