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Weekly Worship

Monday 25th April 2022


Our Worship theme this half term is "Truthfulness" and our focus is on how to support our mental health, being honest and telling the truth is really important. We are often asked if we are okay and our response is "yes I am fine".  But what do we do if we aren't fine? Why don't we tell the truth? Does it depend on who is asking and whether we think they are asking us sincerely? We discussed this in worship and the children said it might be because they are embarrassed or they don't want to make a fuss. We discussed how being honest, sharing our thoughts, worries really helps our mental health-"A problem shared is a problem halved"

Monday 21st March 2022

Monday 14th March 2022

Monday 28th February 2022

Our worship theme this half term is love, which links with our Core Christian Value of Compassion. This theme is very apt with what is happening in Europe at the moment. Our key theme is that love is never ending and that we are all God's children to be loved.

Monday 28th January 2022

Our worship theme is Creativity. Thinking about how God made the world and made us all different and unique and how we can be creative in how we do things "thinking outside the box" Creativity is one of our core Christian values in school.


This week we are thinking about how in the Bible, Jesus had many situations whereby he needed to be creative and also thinking about how God the Father made his Son Jesus unique, different and gifted in lots of ways.

Creator God (Official Lyric Video) - Nick & Becky Drake // Worship For Everyone


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Tuesday 4th January 2022


Our worship theme today was regarding "intentions". Normally at the start of a new year we have resolutions but instead of thinking of them in this way we were thinking about how we can have "good intentions" instead.  We read Matthew 22:1-14 with a story that Jesus told about a wedding where guests were invited and all accepted the invitation to attend. So they had good intentions to go to the wedding but on the day they had other things to do and so didn't attend the wedding. This teaches us that we are all invited to be part of God's family but sometimes things get in the way and we forget to follow God's path and help others.


So we then thought about starting the new year with a "good intention" for ourselves, but also for others. Each class then decided on their own class "good intention" which they will display in their worship area.

Monday 15th November 2021

Monday 8th November- The poppy "A vote for peace"

As part of class worship each class wrote a prayer about our worship theme of peace linked to Remembrance Day and the symbol of the poppy. Here is the prayer by Oak class.

Monday 1st November 2021- New Worship theme of Peace

Monday 18th October-Spirituality and Hope

Monday 11th October 2021- Being a hope giver

Monday 4th October 2021

Monday 27th September 2021

Our worship theme this half term is hope. We have talked about what the word hope means (like wish) and how our faith and hope in God enables us to have a positive outlook when there might not appear to be much.


The theme for this worship was "symbols of hope" and it was inspired by Iris in Year 3. She had been looking at a picture and thought that the birds in the picture were doves who were a symbol of hope. I showed all the children in school the picture and we discussed other symbols of hope they could see;


As always the children astounded me with their responses such as;

The flying boat is the only source of hope for people to leave.

The dragon is a symbol of hope as he has been sent by God to save the world.

There is a phoenix rising from ashes as a symbol of hope.

There are shadows which show hope is coming.

We then looked at the anchor as a Christian symbol of hope. See the powerpoint below: