An act of Collective Worship takes place every day and is an important part of school life, making space for pupils and staff to come together and share in worship through learning, music, reflection and prayer. Our worship is inclusive and gives all of the school community the chance to be part of the experience, while respecting the integrity of family and cultural backgrounds.
The weekly pattern of collective worship looks like this:
As part of our Worship in the Woods we came together as a school to think about God and his relationship to us and the earth. The children worked in their family groups to explore this relationship further and as a school we came up with our Forest School Prayer.