Collective Worship takes place daily in many forms and contributes significantly towards our children’s spiritual development. We understand that time for reflection during Collective Worship and at other times during the day is an essential part of developing our children’s spiritual, moral, social, and cultural (SMSC) awareness.
Our Collective Worship Council hold an important role in our school. Made up from a child in each year group throughout the school their main aims are:
As a Collective Worship Councillor the children may be required to assist in planning assemblies, taking part in church services, teaching other children in their class about Christian topics, creating drama sketches on Bible stories, demonstrating values and writing prayers. They will also be required to attend meetings with other Collective Worship Councillors to discuss Collective Worship and how they can make them even more exciting.
All of our councillors have very important jobs that are specifically linked to our Collective Worship
Some of their jobs include;
Below you will find a range of minutes and newsletters documenting some of the activities carried out by the Collective Worship Council.
Our Collective Worship Council keep a record of reflections from adults and children which are recorded during and following all collective worships and some RE lessons. These are recorded on our school Padlets which you can access and view by clicking these links