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Collective Worship

Brighton Avenue Primary School

Collective Worship Overview (2019/2020)

 

     Autumn Term  1                             Autumn Term 2

  1. A New School Year                                       1. Diwali
  2. People who help us                                        2. Harvest
  3. School family/belonging                                3. Remembrance
  4. Good & Bad/Right & Wrong                           4. Children in Need
  5. Good to be me                                               5. Guy Fawkes / Safety
  6. What makes us special?                                6. The importance of giving
  7. Time and Change                                           7. Christmas/Festival light

   

   Spring Term 1                               Spring Term 2  

  1. The New Year/ New beginnings                     1.  Responsibility
  2. E-Safety                                                       2. Safeguarding / NSPCC
  3. Growth/change                                              3. The Seasons
  4. Behaviour                                                      4. Undeserved kindness
  5. Unlikely Heroes                                             5. Compassion
  6. Easter                                                           6. Helping / Good Samaritans
  7. Reflection (whole School issue)                     7. Reflection (whole school issue)

 

   Summer Term 1                             Summer Term 2

  1. Healthy Living                                               1. Forgiveness
  2. Bravery/Courage                                           2. Healthy Lifestyles
  3. Friendship                                                    3. Competition – Talking Part
  4. Honesty                                                        4. Hobbies/Talents
  5. Aspirations                                                   5. Giving – Charity Work RAG
  6. Generosity                                                    6. Next steps                 
  7. Reflection (Whole school issues)                   7. Next steps

 

 

Collective worship makes an important, although not exclusive, contribution to spiritual, moral and cultural development. These activities offer explicit opportunities for children to consider the response of religion to fundamental questions about the purpose of being, morality and ethical standards, and to develop their own response to such matters.

All maintained schools must provide religious education and daily collective worship for all registered pupils and promote their spiritual, moral and cultural development.

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