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Morville C of E Primary School

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Collective Worship

Collective Worship 

Our collective worship is an expression of our school Christian vision; it is inclusive, invitational and inspiring. It is a time for worship, celebration, prayer, stillness and reflection. It is an opportunity, without compulsion for all pupils and adults to grow spiritually, rejoicing in what makes each one of us and our school special. It is a time for contemplation and for seeking to understand our roles and responsibilities in the school community, it is a time for praising God, for asking for his help and inviting Him to be active in the life of our school.


Worship is both planned and spontaneous. There is dedicated time for daily worship both as a whole school team in church, in year group teams and class teams.


All members of our school community, children and adults, are invited to worship collectively and have the freedom to be present with integrity regardless of their own faith and belief.


We have a variety of Christian worship including music, silence, story and time for prayer and reflection and this enables all children and adults to be actively engaged in worship. A set element to our worship incudes a time of welcome, learning, reflecting and responding.


Themes for collective worship reflect the church calendar as well as global and local events. We teach children the meaning and biblical context of key Christian festivals and reflect on the impact these festivals have on Christians.  Through these elements and traditions, we aim to fulfil our vision of providing the whole school community with sense of belonging and the space to develop spiritually.