Collective Worship

Collective Worship

As a church school, collective worship is central to our daily life as a community. Within the classroom, children are invited to say ‘grace’, take part in an end of day/week prayer. A form of whole school collective worship takes part each day and the timetable for this can be seen below.  Teachers and children are expected to lead Collective Worship  and support staff are also welcome to be involved, should they wish to be. Parents/family members are welcome to attend the Celebration Worship.

Collective Worship inspires, engages and provides the space, stillness and reflection for our spiritual development. Our Collective Worship is innovative as all children in every year group will plan, lead and then reflect on their worship by the time they leave St. Michael’s.

The School Prayer

Collective Worship Timetable

Worship Leaders

Our Collective Worship is unique in that our Worship Leaders plan and lead all of our four church services with the support and guidance of Reverend David and the Church School Leader. 

 A Worship Leader, who was missing Sunday church services due to rugby training, told his grandfather that, “ …it is ok, because I go to church every day at school’’.

The Big ?

The Liturgical colours