Church School Distinctiveness
We enjoy a daily act of collective worship, in many different ways, sometimes as a whole school or key stage or simply with our own class.
We particularly enjoy having visitors to lead our worship such as the Open the Book team. Here is examples of our collective worship plans.
At start of each collective worship we say our lighting the candle prayer.
We light this candle as a symbol of
Your love shining down on us.
As we see the light reflected in
each other's faces,
So may we remember to carry
this love into our
everyday lives in all our
dealings with others.
We asked the children what they thought about Collective Worship at our school. Their responses will help inform us about the next steps we take as a school to further develop this key area of school life.
We asked our families to evaluate our Church School. Their responses have been evaluated and will form part of the next steps we take in developing our Church School further.
We share our Church School Values in school and at home. The links below will take you to information, stories and activities to explore the values together at home.
Our Church School Values
Our School Prayer
This is our school.
Let peace dwell here.
Let the room be full of contentment,
And let love abide here.
Love for one another,
Love for mankind,
Love of life itself
And love of God.
And let us remember that
As many hands build a house,
So many hearts make a school.
Harvest Festival October 2019
We celebrated our Harvest Festival together with a service in All Saints Church. We also collected food items which have been donated to the Sleaford Larder.
Open the Book September 2019
Easter Church Services 2019
Thank you to the Open the Book team for leading a super collective worship about perseverance on Tuesday 26 June 2018.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our Easter Church services on Tuesday 27 March 2018.
Our Collective Worship Council led our Harvest Church service on Tuesday 3 October.
It was a service which reminded us to be thankful for what we have, and think about those less fortunate than us.