Our Theme – Spring Term 2023

 

This term we will be looking at the impact that meeting Jesus had on people, then and now.

 

 

Our Collective Worship Council

 

Who?

  • We are made up of two members of each class from year 1 to year 6
  • We meet with Mrs Cowles each month for our meetings
  • We have to nominate ourselves and we are elected by the rest of the class
  • You can find our pictures in the entrance of the school
  • We like to invite other members of our community to our meetings

What?

  • We have many roles in supporting our whole school Collective Worship, from the lighting of the candle to sharing a prayer to close our Worship
  • We take a lead role in our Class Collective Worship’s and feedback our thoughts and ideas in our meetings

When?

  • We meet once a month as a Collective Worship Council and plan for the next term
  • We take a lead in delivering Collective Worship each morning

Why?

  • We feel it is important to give our ideas and feedback to our classes and teachers to make sure Collective Worship is extra special
  • We like to play a role in planning and leading Collective Worship
  • It is important to make sure our celebrations like Harvest and our Easter service are extra special for everyone in school

Our Four Pillars

Our Four Pillars drive all of what we do. We build our curriculum and our collective worship program around these four pillars. They are supported by our valued virtues.

                         

 

Please click on the link to download our Four Pillar Newsletters

WISDOM NEWSLETTER

 HOPE NEWSLETTER

COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER 

DIGNITY NEWSLETTER

 

Our characters help us understand what behaviours we can display to show we are living through our four pillars

                         

 

 

                 

Eleanor’s Bible Poster           Eva and Sophia represented justice, and the difference

between equality and equity in their play at Kids Club, using Lego.

 

We have been exploring the very challenging concept of social justice in

collective worship, and the differences between social justice and charity.

Jasper in Year 2 guided the way with wonderful, mature insight, suggesting

‘shouldn’t we just change the fence’! The future is in Jasper’s hands.