Collective Worship Statement of Entitlement and Expectation
Collective worship is the unique heartbeat of a Church school and is offered as part of a wider opportunity for pupils and adults to encounter faith by engaging in conversations about God, both as individuals and together. This document, principally for Church of England schools, draws on the national Vision for Education to set out an approach to Collective Worship.
This document has been produced to challenge, to guide and set expectations for Church school communities and diocesan authorities encouraging them to reflect on their practice and to ensure that collective worship remains the relevant and essential component of an education that enables all pupils to flourish and to ‘live life in all its fullness’ John 10:10.
Lincoln DBE Guidance
Some great advice around a ‘Fresh Approach’ to Collective Worship from the Diocese of Canterbury and the Diocese of Rochester -
Some great advice around ‘Seeing Anew’ for Collective Worship from the Diocese of Derby -
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Refreshing the routines from the Diocese of Suffolk -
When parents join you for collective worship from the Diocese of Suffolk -
Early Years Children in Collective Worship from the Diocese of Suffolk -
Collective Worship Guidance from the Diocese of York -
Model Collective Worship Policy from Diocese of Birmingham -