Collective worship is an integral part of daily life at our school; we believe that this is an important time for us to come together, to reflect and join our voices in song and prayer. Collective worship enables pupils to learn about important figures and events from the Bible, explore themes from across a range of religions and consider how events now, and in the past, impact on our lives. Children are encouraged to participate in all aspects of collective worship, no matter their age.
iSingPop is used in each class as an addition to daily worship. Through this interactive and engaging resource children reflect on weekly themes and key messages from Christianity.
During class-based worship each child explores the world through 'Lyfta Time'. Lyfta storyworlds help to transport the children into another world, learning about different cultures, faiths and a range of other subjects.
The School Choir visited Lincoln Cathedral for the annual Church Schools' Carol Service. They spent the morning with the choirmaster learning new carols to perform as a group before joining over 300 pupils from across the diocese in a service. Grace, Poppy and Evita each read from scripture during the service and the whole choir joined in chorus with the other schools, staff and visiting families in an uplifting and glorious Carol service.