Collective Worship is an important aspect of our Religious Education and is celebrated daily. We pray together as a class, a key Stage and as a whole school. As a school that has many children of different faiths, we respect the different ways that people pray at the start of our Collective Worship whilst reflecting on messages taught to us by Jesus.
Collective Worship is an ideal opportunity to celebrate. We celebrate important Liturgical events throughout the year as well as important events both locally and nationally. Children are encouraged to plan their own collective worship following the structure of Greeting, Listening, Responding and Praise. Parents are invited into school throughout the year to participate in Collective Worship with each class.