Collective Worship – Year 6

We believe that Christian worship in a Catholic school is concerned with giving glory, honour, praise and thanks to God. It is our loving response, in word and action to God’s invitation to enter into relationship, made possible through the work of Jesus Christ and the witness of the Holy Spirit.

Baptism of our Lord (Y6 St. Paul)

This week the children chose to focus on the 'Baptism of our Lord'. The children studied pieces of art and scripture and reflected on the importance of this event. The children then created their own class prayer.

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The Epiphany (Y6 St. Paul)

In collective worship, Y6 reflected on 'The Epiphany'. They chose pictures that represented the Epiphany and explored who was involved. The children then chose a Bible Scripture which fitted into our theme and they reflecting on its meaning. As a class,...

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Be Repentant (Y6 St. Paul)

Be Repentant  Today we focused on what it means to be repentant and we reflected on the importance of being repentant in our lives. We looked at these images Reflecting and thinking about actions  Freedom (Chains breaking) Praising and praying to...

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Preparation for Advent (6RS St. Paul)

Last week in collective worship we prepared for advent and the coming of our Lord, Jesus. Firstly, we looked at pieces of art and discussed what they meant to us... True meaning of Christmas (Our Lord) Birth of Jesus Light...

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St. Peter Class Assembly: Justice.

St Peter displayed their talents during our class assembly on Thursday (5th December), where they sang, danced, acted and performed music. The message they sent out about Justice, is very appropriate, especially at this time of year. They discussed...

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St Paul’s Collective Worship (Honour: Christ the King- a festival to celebrate and honour Jesus as Lord over all creation.

Today, we reflected on Jesus as Lord over all creation. We looked at this piece of art and reflected upon its meaning in class. We believe this shows that Jesus is: the light of the world King of all Kings He's...

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St. Paul’s Class Assembly: Compassion

On Thursday 21st November, we led the KS2 assembly. We focused on the theme of compassion. We came up with this idea because the week before, on the Friday, we celebrated Children in Need day. We thought it would...

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St Peter Collective Worship (Compassion)

The children in St Peter's class thought about how they can show compassion to others in the community. We also celebrated those people, who have shown compassion - Emergency services and St Teresa of Calcutta - in their life's...

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Collective Worship: Appreciation and Peace

Today the children focused on the theme 'Appreciation and Peace'. They chose this theme as On Monday it was Remembrance day and this week is National Anti Bullying week. We know that we are all different and we celebrate...

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