When we're at school, we hold daily acts of Collective Worship. Sometimes as a whole school, other times as a class or Key Stage. Our Friday Celebration Worship events are held at Holy Trinity every week when our worship is followed by the Star of the Week certificates and other awards.
We always start with lighting our candles, taking a moment to find a still, quiet place and a greeting. You might choose to spend a little time doing these things at home each day.
The Diocese of Exeter have shared a number of resources to support families at home.
Enjoying the world - become a nature detective (scroll down!)
The new theme for our Collective Worship over the Second half of the Summer Term is Respect.
We are using Roots and Fruits, an Imaginor publication to support all our Collective Worship themes this school year. Our Worship uses their resources with some of our own added in. We regularly use Barnabus in Schools and SPCK.
Find worship for each week:
20th July: Celebrating our Y6 Leavers and the end of term.
13th July - week 6 of our Respect theme: God's never ending love.
6th July - week 5 of our Respect theme: Valuing different opinions.
29th June - week 4 of our Respect theme: Valuing special places.
22nd June - week 3 of our Respect theme: Valuing others as we would like to be valued.
15th June - week 2 of our Respect theme: Valuing Difference
8th June - starting our new unit on Respect: praying for others
2nd June - the final week of our Friendship theme: Pentecost
18th May - week 6 of our Friendship theme: bible stories about Friendship
11th May - week 5 of our Friendship theme: Learning to listen (Proverbs 17:17)
4th May - week 4 of our Friendship theme: Making time for each other (Luke 10: 38 - 42)
27th April - week 3 of our Friendship theme: Supporting one another (Luke 5. 17 - 39)
20th April - week 2 of our Friendship theme: Encouragine one another (1 Thessalonians 5.11)
14th April - week 1 of our Friendship theme: Sticking together (Proverbs 18.24)
23rd March - final week of our Forgiveness theme: Putting the past behind us (Psalms 32.1)