Collective Worship


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a tree is known by its fruit

In the gospel of Matthew, Jesus tells us that a tree is known by its fruit.  This is what we choose to be judged by as a school; the hard work we put into growing great young people and the way in which this bares fruit in their successes – both now and in the future. 


This is the page for you to join us in our Collective Worship. During Covid19 Lockdown's we posted new videos on a Monday and Friday. You can still see some of these by clicking on the videos in the drop down. 

We use Roots and Fruits for our collective worship. Roots and Fruits provides creative collective worship for primary schools based in Christian values themes over a period of two years. Rooted in Bible teaching, twelve Christian values represent the fruit that grows as the teaching is lived out in everyday life.

Here is an summary of waht we have been learning about in our worship time. If you click on the links you can watch some of the videos we have used in our exploration of each value. 

Chirstmas and Advent

We performed an amazing Nativity Play at the Methodist Church. Every child in the school took part to tell the story of the birth of Jesus.


During Advent we worked with St Oswald's Church to narrate the Christmas story as part of their Interactive Nativity Journey. Several children from classes 2, 3 and 4 recorded the story, which was used to narrate You Tube videos. 

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These videos can be accessed by clicking on the links below. 


1.Gabriel visits Mary

2.Mary visits Elizabeth

3.Gabriel visits Joseph

4.The emperor’s new taxes

5.The journey to Bethlehem

6.No room!

7.Jesus is born

8.Good news for the shepherds

9.Just as promised

10.God’s gift to you


Our second value of the year is Justice


We have been learning all about what Justice means and how we can make sure we strive for it in our lives. We looked at the lives of two fighters for justice - Marcus Rashford and Rosa Parks 

Their stories show is that when we think something is not just - we must stand in the gap and be the difference. 

Marcus used his experience to stand up for those who had less. He made sure children had the food they needed and deserved. 

Rosa used her life experience and dislike of injustice to start a change which ended segregation. 



We learnt what the Bible says about Justice

In St Paul's second letter to the people in Corinth, he wrote: "Our purpose is to do what is right, not only in the sight of the Lord, but also in the sight of one another."  He wrote this to them because he wanted everyone to be treated fairly and with justice. 

God's idea of justice is that everyone is equal in His view, because his love is so generous. Jesus reminds us that we should be grateful for what we have and never be jealous if we think others have more.

In our Collective Worship time we have discussed how:

  • jumping to conclusions can mean we do not treat others fairly
  • deciding what is the right thing to do can be difficult
  • sometimes life is complicated and there can be two sides to any arguement or discussion
  • being fair doesn't always mean that everyone gets the same
  • we can be the change if we see injustice

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Our first value was of the year is Trust


We learnt that:

The Bible tells us that: "Two people are better than one...If one person falls, the other can reach out to help." - Ecclesiastes 4

We learnt how the disciples had to learn to trust Jesus and how he calmed the storm by simply saying, "Peace be Still"


We also learnt about total trust. Daniel loved God so much that he trusted that he would be kept safe in the Lion's Den.


In our Collective Worship time we learnt how to be trusted and how it feels to trust others: 

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