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Collective Worship

Collective Worship Policy

At Manor Field Infant School, we have a duty to provide a daily act of collective worship. Each day there will be either a whole school, year group or class assembly where children reflect on and explore a range of ideas. This may include what is happening in the world around us, using the 'Newsround' website.

 

Class assemblies are also held at the end or during a topic to share  what the children have been learning, with the rest of the school or parents. These are organised by year group teachers. Our assemblies are held in the school hall or in our classrooms.

Open the Book Assemblies

Open the book is a project which offers schools an opportunity to listen to stories from the Bible.  We are very fortunate that volunteers from our local church. Christ the King church visit us each half term and present a story during an assembly.

 

 

The centurion whose servant is ill. 
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Christmas Story

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Christingle

In December we all went to Christ the King Church and celebrated Christingle, Reverend Bennett told us about the Christingle.  We listened to a Christmas story, we sang songs from our Christmas production and Year 2 read a prayer. 

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Harvest Festival

In October we visited Christ the King church to celebrate Harvest Festival.  We all took food donations and Reverend Bennett said prayers and we talked about farmers growing fruits and vegetables for us to eat.  

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