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Collective Worship Council

Picture 1 Leading worship with Mrs Batey
Picture 2 A visit from Rev Ruth
Picture 3 Flowers representing Jesus having Risen

October 2017

 

The Collective Worship Council for 2017/18 are:

Kaitlin Nunn

Daniel McGrath

Jessica Hudson

Charlie Wilkinson

Associate Member: Jack Keating

 

The Council will have a number of responsibilities including evaluating and delivering collective worship, generating ideas for promoting worship and reflection in school and writing regular blogs for the website.

 

 

 

February 2017

As the Collective Worship Council, we created and sent a card to a school in Hull who had some dreadfully sad news last week. A little boy called Theodore died from a choking incident at lunchtime in the school and we decided to create a card as a way of sending our prayers to the school and the boy's family.

Mr Duke and Mrs Batey thought it was a beautiful and caring gesture and brought a tear to the eye of a number of staff.
We have also decided which hymns we will be singing this term linked to our Christian Value: Thankfulness and started to evaluate Collective Worship.

Mr Duke has also created a 'Big Question' display in the hall and we are encouraging children to respond to the questions he posts. Over the last few days we have been thinking about tolerance.

 

January 2017

The Collective Worship Council has been selected from Clover class.  They will have a number of responsibilities including evaluating and delivering collective worship, generating ideas for promoting worship and reflection in school and writing regular blogs for the website. 

Initially, however, Georgia, Mina, Henry and Alex will be choosing hymns for the term, looking at the use of prayer trees in classrooms and helping to develop reflection areas further. They are very excited by the challenge and looking forward to helping and inspiring all of our children.

Mrs Batey

 

 

 

 

Inspired by the Christian Value of Hope, Noah's Ark was our bible story throughout Autumn term and children in Ivy class created this beautiful piece of artwork.

Inspired by the Christian Value of Hope, Noah's Ark was our bible story throughout Autumn term and children in Ivy class created this beautiful piece of artwork. 1 Noah's Ark by Ivy class
Inspired by the Christian Value of Hope, Noah's Ark was our bible story throughout Autumn term and children in Ivy class created this beautiful piece of artwork. 2 Our KS1 Nativity display

December 2016

The performance of The Nativity is always popular and we were delighted to see so many parents, carers and friends of the school attending in December. The children performed beautifully for three performances. Thank you to everyone for helping to make the events such a success.  

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