COLLECTIVE WORSHIP AT GREENFIELD
Collective Worship takes place daily at Greenfield which is a church school. It is an important and special part of our day in school when all children from Foundation to year 4 and staff come together to reflect as a community. Collective Worship is led by staff, pupils, local clergy and a variety of other visitors.
The core of our worship is our shared set of Christian values: these are set within the context of religious and national festivals, based on Bible teachings and are related to significant moral, social and cultural truths and beliefs.
Prayer and quiet reflection is a shared and pro-active part of our worship and our children write prayers and regularly lead the prayer time at Greenfield. Children enjoy participating in Collective Worship, particularly when their class is leading. Special services are held in school and at the church to which parents and friends are invited, such as harvest, Christmas and Easter.
Technology, music and religious artefacts are used to enhance the spiritual experience for all worshippers at Greenfield.
Collective Worship @ Greenfield - 20th October 2021
Reverend David Payne visited school today to lead Collective Worship. We had some willing volunteers to help and the children enjoyed taking part. It is always a pleasure to have representatives from the church to lead this special part of the day.
ASSEMBLY AT PULLOXHILL
Assembly takes place at Pulloxhill daily. It is an important and special part of our day in school when all children from Foundation to year 4 and staff come together to reflect as a community. Our teachers lead the assemblies.
Our Values underpin our assemblies and stories that explain our values are used and sometimes acted out to help embed the meaning of them.
Children sing enthusiastically and regularly choose the songs that enhance our assemblies.
Assemblies make careful connections with learning across the curriculum and within personal relationships so that pupils are empowered to make connections with their daily lives.