Collective Worship

“To worship is to quicken the conscience by the holiness of God, to feed the mind with the truth of God, to purge the imagination by the beauty of God, to open the heart to the love of God and to devote the will to the purpose of God”. William Temple (1881-1894)

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Christopher Rawlins CE Primary school is an inclusive, creative community that builds understanding, respect and empathy in young people. Pupils, staff and parents of all faiths (or none) are welcome. Our school is a faith community that celebrates religious, cultural and ethnic diversity and encourages dialogue and understanding. We believe that we can all learn from each other and that collective worship is an educational entitlement for all. In worship we create the opportunity to explore the place of faith in each of our lives, and in the communities in which we live. This worship can occur at various times of day and with a mixture of grouping of pupils.  In regular acts of formal worship our school community has the opportunity of offering thanksgiving and praise to God through a range of liturgical patterns which may include the Eucharist.

Monday - Whole School with Head Teacher
Tuesday - Whole School with Local Clergy
Wednesday - Whole School with Singing and Hymns
Thursday - Class, Phase or teacher led whole school worship
Friday - Whole School Celebration & Achievement 

Collective Worship Policy Sept 2021
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30th September 21- Harvest Service and food collection for BYHP at St Mary's Church, Adderbury.