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Collective Worship

Thursday 28th Jan - Gratitude

Tuesday 19th January Open The Book

Friday 22nd January

Use the website and password sent to you to watch the latest iSingPOP offering: Episode 3 How should we love?

Thursday 14th January - KS1 Assembly - JOY by Corrinne Averiss

Joy, a children's storybook By Corrinne Averiss.Read Aloud by KidStoryTime With Iffy.Published by Quarto PublishingThis is a beautiful book with a message ab...

Thursday 14th January - KS2 assembly about older children's view of joy

Hello! Here is our new assembly about Joy! We hope that you can enjoy!

Friday 15th January - iSingPOP!

Use the website and password emailed to you to watch Episode 2 Who Should We Love? EP2 CW Spring 1

Autumn 2020

A Story for Key Stage 1 children - Grandpa Christmas by Michael Morpurgo

For KS1

A Story for Key Stage 2 children - The Great Realisation by Tomos Roberts

For KS2

Open The Book 24th November

16th November - The Wishing Tree Project

The Big Anti-Bullying Assembly 2020 - Year 5 and 6 only

This video is 23 minutes long and is quite hard-hitting, hence we are only recommending it to children in Years 5 and 6. It is important you watch it before sharing with your child.

Open The Book 20th October 2020

Monday 19th October - The Courage to Persevere

Harvest 2020 - Fruits of the Spirit

Open The Book 131020

Tuesday 6th October

Open The Book 061020 Elijah and the Ravens

Monday 5th October - Prayer

Wednesday 30th September - Wycombe Youth for Christ: Who Do You Follow?

An assembly-based resource for schools exploring the topic of 'Who do you follow?'. Through a football themed quiz, it enables students to consider who they follow.

Monday 28th September 2020

 

The children received a well-needed 'pep talk' from these children, discussed some fantastic self-affirmations and listened to an encouraging song.

2020 Pep Talk by Children (Big Life Journal)

2020 has been a challenging year for many of us...BUT! It can still be saved! This is the PEP TALK WE ALL NEED to feel encouraged, to keep going, and to make the most of this year!! These children are here to remind you that you matter, you can do hard things, and YOU ARE LOVED!

"Big Life" [Lyric Video] Original Song by Lindsay Müller

Wednesday 23rd September - Rev Terry Hinks

Still image for this video

Open The Book 22nd September 2020

The open the Book Team bring the story of the two houses

Monday 21st September - Gideon, a courageous learner

Virtual Assembly 13th July

Virtual Assembly - Peace and Unity

Virtual Assembly 1st July

Virtual Assembly 30th June 2020

Virtual Assembly - Wednesday 24th June - Who is my Neighbour?

Virtual Assembly 23rd June - Self-control

Self-Control discussion sheet

Virtual Assembly 17th June

Virtual Assembly 16th June

Virtual Assembly 15th June

Virtual Assembly 8th June

Virtual Assembly for the New Half Term, 1st June 2020

Virtual Assembly 18th May

Virtual Assembly 11th May 2020

Virtual Assembly 4th May

Virtual Assembly 27th April 2020

Virtual assembly 30th March 2020

Our Collective Worship schedule is designed around the School Values. 

In the first half of the Autumn Term, we look at Courage as we all begin a new academic year. The Value of Respect is considered in the second half of the Autumn Term.

In in dark, cold January, we focus on the Value of Enjoyment and then move on to consider the Value of Hope as we approach Easter. 

The Summer Term is given over to the School Value of Belonging and Community and we finish the year reflecting on all our School Values.

Children's Contributions

Children participate and lead assemblies and collective worship on a regular basis in a variety of ways.

  • writing and leading prayers
  • performing songs and role playing stories
  • singing chorally
  • presenting charity projects and launching competitions
  • sharing successes and achievements
  • reporting on sporting events

These are continually related to the School Values

 

Here are some examples of collective worship at St Paul's.

Rev Hinks came in to lead Collective Worship on 28th February. He told us about Fairtrade Fortnight and how we can share hope. Here is his powerpoint.
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