At Bolsover Church of England Junior School acts of collective worship are a very important part of the school day as it provides children, staff, governors and visitors with the opportunities to come together as a community. The school, along with the governors, recognises the importance of collective worship in the development of children spiritually, morally and culturally. At Bolsover Church of England Junior school, collective worship also enables children and staff to give expression to, reaffirm and practice the values of the school – and wider community.
Therefore, collective worship at Bolsover Church of England Junior School is planned to:
Collective worship should be an experience that does not offend the integrity of the non-religious or those of different faith.
The positive educational outcomes of collective worship at Bolsover Church of England Junior School include opportunities for:
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Gallery - Evidence in School
Our Collective Worship this half term is all about Gifts. We have discussed with the children what we mean by ‘Gifts’ and they have answered in such wonderful ways from physical gifts, to the gifts and talents of others. From talents such as being skilled in football to talents such as being unconditionally kind, supportive and loving, the children have all written a gift tag for another of their peers, explaining what they believe their gifts are.
At Bolsover Church Of England Junior School, we have been celebrating Remembrance Day and the gift of a peaceful life that all of the service men and women have given to us through their sacrifices.
We will remember them.