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Our Collective Worship

 

Our Collective Worship at Blackpool School.

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

These assemblies focus on exploring our school Christian Values. There is a particularly focus on Christian values linked to the stories the children have heard explained by Rev David as he explores ‘God’s Big Story’

 

 

Singing practice

Singing worship songs reflecting the themes of the week

 

 

The Ethos team lead children’s prayers when possible.

 

A focus on the bible story of the week. Our Bible stories are told following ‘God’s Big Story’ following a chronological plan. This links with our RE learning.

Rev David from St Michael’s Church Liverton  leads these assemblies.

House assembly is led by our House Captains.  These assemblies follow the themes of the School Values and British Values.  They often follow a format of asking the children to discuss a Big Question

 

 

Celebration assembly including:

  • Star of the week
  • The achievers cup
  • Other achievements
  • The Ethos cup

 

Our Aims

 

 

 

Monday Collective Worship

Our School Values of Aspire, Flourish and Achieve have been linked to other Christian Values.  These values are central to all our collective worship.  Monday’s Collective Worship is particularly focused on highlighting these values to our School Community.

 

 

 

 

Tuesday Collective Worship

We come together to sing praise and worship.  Even during the lockdown we have continued to be able to do this at home. We also take time to learn and practice our School Song which reminds us of all our School Values and Curriculum Drivers.

 

 

 

Wednesday Collective Worship

God’s Big Story

 

Rev David takes us on a journey through the stories in the Bible.  Even during lockdown he has continued to share his assemblies with us.

 

 

 

Thursday’s Collective Worship

These assemblies, led by our school House Captains or Ethos Group, focus on Big Questions.  We explore themes linked to British Values and our School Values.

 

 

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