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Collective Worship Introduction

Prayers are held each morning in the classrooms to enable each child to ‘reflect’ on their Christian and morale beliefs. 

Whole school assemblies are held each Monday morning beginning with a Collective Act of Worship, we also recognise and congratulate children’s success in their weekly work and activities, and identify individual talents during our Good Work assembly on Fridays.  This is usually led by the Head of School.

Whole school Mass is celebrated at the start of each school term at our local parish The Sacred Heart Of Jesus Church

A whole school assembly or Liturgy is celebrated on Thursdays at KS1 and Fridays at KS2 by individual classes on a rotational basis in the hall.  Class Masses are held on Wednesday mornings for KS2 also on a rotational basis in the hall. The theme of the assembly or mass reflects on work that each class have been taught during that term. The assembly will contain a Collective Act of Worship that fulfils our

Aims for Collective Acts of Worship such as to:-

  • Contemplate something of the mystery of God
  • Reflect on spiritual and moral issues
  • Explore their own beliefs.
  • Respond to and celebrate life
  • Experience a sense of belonging and develop community spirit
  • Develop a common ethos and shared values
  • Enrich religious experience
  • Grow in liturgical understanding and development.
  • Reinforce prayers which are part of the Catholic tradition
  • Reinforce positive attitudes.
  • To participate fully.
  • To take time out'to wonder at', 'to come to terms with' and 'to give worth to.'

We believe that Collective Worship in our school aims to provide opportunity for all pupils and staff to experience the above

On days when assemblies are not conducted, prayer and worship is carried at the beginning of the day, before lunch and at the end of the day in every class.

The Rosary


The Joyful Mysteries

1. The Annunciation
Mary learns that she will become the mother of God.
2. The Visitation
Mary and Elizabeth visit and tell about God’s wonders.
3. The Nativity
Jesus is born in a stable.
4. The Presentation
Mary and Joseph take the infant Jesus to the temple, and they meet Simeon and Anna.
5. The Finding of Jesus in the Temple
Mary and Joseph lose Jesus, and then find him teaching.


The Sorrowful Mysteries

1. The Agony in the Garden
Jesus prays about the suffering he will go through.
2. The Scourging at the Pillar
Soldiers whip Jesus.
3. The Crowning with Thorns
Soldiers mock Jesus.
4. The Carrying of the Cross
Jesus goes through the streets of Jerusalem to Calvary.
5. The Crucifixion
Jesus is crucified and dies on the cross.


The Glorious Mysteries

1. The Resurrection
God raises Jesus from death to life.
2. The Ascension
Jesus enters into divine glory.
3. The sending of the Holy Spirit
The church is filled with God’s courage and guidance.
4. The Assumption of Mary
She is the first to share in the resurrection of Jesus.
5. The Coronation of Mary
The Mother of God becomes queen of heaven.


Year 2 Liturgy

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