Collective Worship - Assemblies

Children are spiritual beings who often think deeply and hold serious convictions.

We regard it as a privilege to work with young people to ponder the more profound questions of life and faith. In our school spirituality is seen in joyful singing and dance, and in silent meditation and prayer. As a Church School we seek to nurture in the heart and minds of our children the knowledge and love of God. We provide them with an experience of Christian Community which will influence and shape the rest of their lives.

Assemblies are a high point of the day, expressing our general ethos of mutual respect, laughter and love. Our school motto, "Learn to Live" is taken from Jesus' words; "I have come that you may have life and have it to the full".

Parents do have the right to withdraw their children from religious education lessons and from acts of collective worship should you wish to do this, please contact the Headteacher.

Autumn 2019

Week 1 - Little Miss Wise

Summer 2019

It's a load of rubbish - journeying with St. Paul

This term in our assemblies, we’re learning about the life of the Apostle Paul as he takes the good news of Jesus’ love beyond the confines of Jerusalem out into the rest of the world. Each week, the children will hear tales of shipwreck, imprisonment and persecution as Paul bravely stands up for what he believes in. Running alongside, there is a focus on the natural world with a tree species helping us to make links to the theme each week and Recycle Man helping us to think about our caring for our beautiful planet!

Week 1 - It's Rubbish being Negative
Week 2 - Doubt
Week 3 - Pride
Week 4 - Breaking Up
Week 5 - It's Rubbish being Miserable
Week 6 - Materialism
Week 7 - Feeling Sick
Week 8 - Arguing
Week 9 - It's Rubbish Panic
Week 10 - Judgemental
Week 11 - Impatient
Week 12 - Loneliness

Spring 2019

It's A Kinda Magic

During this term's assembly series we will be hearing about the miracles of Jesus. The children will be taking part in retelling these amazing events from so long ago. We will be contrasting God's supernatural power to work miracles with the wonder of science and also enjoying some whizzy conjuring tricks! As the weeks go by we'll also be learning the Lord's Prayer a phrase at a time so that we really understand what Jesus meant when He said "This is how to pray". We hope to learn from Jesus about loving the world, how to show compassion and how to act with justice and mercy.

Week 1 - Miracle of the Moment
Week 2 - The Miracle of Love
Week 3 - The Miracle of Hope 
Week 4 - The Miracle of Calm
Week 5 - The Mircacle of Seeing
Week 6 - The Miracle of Sharing
Week 7 - The Miracel of Thankfulness

Week 9 - The Miracle of Friendship
Week 10 - The Miracle of Faith
Week 11 - The Magic of Truth
Week 12 - The Magic of Peace


Autumn 2018

Moses: "God at Work"

This term our assembly series follows the journey of Moses through the desert. The children will be considering the importance of the Ten Commandments as rules for life as well as the basis for British democracy. We will think about Moses' conversations with God as he led God's people out of captivity and, together with learning some road safety, each week's road sign will be used as a metaphor for living life to the full. Also, our Friday character will ponder whether teaching is the right career choice and contemplate alternative jobs - life boat volunteer, police officer, vicar, fire officer or doctor to name just a few - only to realise that each of us can find our role and vocation that is exactly right for us.

Introduction 
Week 1 - Giving Directions
Week 2 - Sending Hope
Week 3 - Controlling Anger
Week 4 - Speaking Clearly
Week 5 - Overcoming Fear
Week 6 - Building Faith
Week 7 - Harvest Challenge
Week 8 - Supplying our Needs
Week 9 - Making Us Brave
Week 10 - Giving Us Rules
Week 11 - Helping Us Relax
Week 12 - Defeating Death
Week 13 - Keeping His Promises

 


 


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