Academic Year 2021-2022
The school will be holding whole school Collective Worship this year. Our provision of Collective Worship will run on a new rota to continue the provision established during the Covid-19 period which successfully and widely linked provision across the Launde Deanery of schools.
On Mondays, the theme of the week will be introduced by the Headteacher - the theme is based on the Liturgical calendar, our termly Christian Values and our Route 2 Resilience values.
On Tuesdays, the school will receive a video Collective Worship to share from the Launde Deanery team - Reverend Alison, Reverend Jayne and Reverend Jonathan, based on the Liturgical calendar.
On Wednesdays, the whole school will reflect within their classes on the themes of the week with tasks and activities provided by the Class Teachers. Each term there will be Class Collective Worships delivered to the whole school based on the Route 2 Resilience theme.
On Thursdays, the school will receive a video from the Open the Book team from St John the Baptist Parish Church in Billesdon or The Billesdon Chapel to share within the classes.
On Fridays, the school will celebrate together and share news in our Achievement Assemblies.
Autumn Term 1 - Christian Value: Wisdom, Route 2 Resilience Value: Problem Solving
Autumn Term 2 - Christian Value: Hope, Route 2 Resilience Value: Curiosity & Imagination
Spring Term 1 - Christian Value: Trust, Route 2 Resilience Value: Courage & Perseverance
Spring Term 2 - Christian Value: Forgiveness, Route 2 Resilience Value: Independence
Summer Term 1 - Christian Value: Compassion, Route 2 Resilience Value: Resilience
Summer Term 2 - Christian Value: Thankfulness, Route 2 Resilience Value: Confidence
Academic Year 2020-21
Year 6 - Black Lives Matters Assembly
Reverend Alison and our local community produced a video to share with school. Click here for the video.
Year 6 - Pride Assembly
Reverend Alison and Reverend Wendy shared a video for Pride Month 2020. Click here for the video.
Following on from the 8 words we chose to link our Christian Values with our Route 2 Resilience program last academic year (Curiosity, Courage, Confidence, Perseverance, Problem Solving, Imagination, Independence & Resilience), our next step along our spiritual journey is to learn about the bible story we have chosen to learn about at different levels throughout the school. The homework for Joy class is to see to if they are able to work with adults to find the story of ‘The Woman at the well’ in a bible. Each child from Peace, Hope and Faith Class need to find out about the story of ‘The Woman at the Well’.
Their understanding of the story will be explored through discussions, art, writing, drama, dance, music, song and other activities, at appropriate levels, next half term. The children are welcome to bring a record of anything they have done to find out about the story that can be shared across the school, when we return.
To start inspiring them, below is an image that will be explored of ‘Jesus with the Woman at the well’ by Jhoti Sahi.