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Collective Worship


As a Church of England Primary School collective worship is a special part of our school life. 

Collective Worship celebrates the central role that each child has to play in their community. Our worship reflects the variety of traditions found in the Church of England, and will recognise and follow the Christian liturgical year. The daily Christian act of worship is central to our ethos and is supported by all staff and governors. It makes an important contribution to the overall spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of the whole school community.

An act of worship is held everyday. We usually have whole school worship time in the hall and once a week we have worship in our classroom. 

Worship could be led by the Headteacher, other staff members, or visitors, or the children may lead them themselves. We also visit St Thomas' Church across the road several times a year. 

Prayers may be said at other times of the day such as before lunch and at the end of the day. Although we are a Church of England School, families associated with school attend various churches, are from other major world faiths or families of no faith

Parents have the right to withdraw children from collective worship. 

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