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Collective Worship

Collective Worship is integral to the ethos of our school. As a school with strong Christian foundations we value this special time daily, when we come together to explore, discuss and reflect on Christian faith.

Our collective worship not only focusses on key Christian festivals such as Christmas, Easter and Lent, but children also have an opportunity to think about significant festivals and events of other religions (i.e. Divali, Hannukah) and when possible hear from leaders of other faiths.

We enjoy a close relationship with St Nicholas Church, with the vicar leading regular acts of worship. We also hold school services at St Nicholas Church.

Our themes are based on a variety of appropriate resources, including those produced by the  Oxford DioceseOxford Diocese with the aim of supporting children to understand the Christian values of the school whilst encouraging them to develop their own thoughts around Christian faith and understanding of other faiths.

St Nicholas Church, Hurst