Collective Worship

Collective Worship

  • All collective worship should include 1 worship hymn /song and a prayer (Grace and Lord’s prayer are said regularly)
  • A candle should always be lit on the alter – Trinity candles
  • Music to enter and leave to should be by a Christian artist – see file on computer for some choices
  • Staff bibles – read from you teacher bible in the hall so children can see that there is a range of bibles
  • Y6 ‘Worship Leaders’ to support and record themes

Our Worship Council

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Year 6 Leavers’ Service

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Fenn Bible Winners

Canon Hale presented two of our year 6 children with a very special RE award- a Fenn Bible. Well done to you both; we are very proud.

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In R.E. we read the story of Jesus’ resurrection from different viewpoints…

…Mary Magdalene, Mary, Mother of Jesus, Peter and Thomas.  

We discussed the difference between faith, seeing and believing and recapped on the sequence of events leading to the Resurrection. 

We considered how the different characters felt and then in pairs interviewed each other.  We showed we could be empathetic and explore how the Resurrection felt for different people. 

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Happy Easter!

This week in Nursery we have been listening to the Easter story in the Bible. Madeleine told Mrs Terrell afterwards that the “sad bit was when Jesus died when the soldiers put him on the cross and the happy bit was when God made him alive again.”

We thought about ‘new life’ by making a chick Easter card and we made chocolate Easter nests and eggs in our kitchen.

The Easter Bunny visited us in Nursery and left muddy footprints on our floor and carrots in the sandpit! We enjoyed hunting for the eggs he had hidden . He also left us a basket of chocolate treats for us to take home.

HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE!

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Easter service at Tankersley St Peter’s church

On Wednesday 5th April we all walked up to Tankersley St Peter’s Church to take part in the Easter service. Each class performed a song about the Easter story and the whole congregation sang hymns including There is a green hill far away, Servant King and We have a King who rides a donkey. We also listened to readings about the Palm Sunday, the Last Supper, Jesus washing his disciples’ feet and Good Friday. Canon Hale shared the story of Jesus’ resurrection and we all really enjoyed his address. The service ended with a very enthusiastic rendition of the song “Celebrate”. Well done to all and happy Easter!

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