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Collective Worship

 

An Act of Collective Worship is held each day. It provides an opportunity for communal celebration, a time for reflection and prayer, and forms a foundation for spiritual and moral growth.

The Headteacher is responsible for planning assemblies which are based on Christian values and celebrate the festivals of the Christian calendar.  Stories and festivals from other countries, cultures and faiths are also shared at this time.

The school has close links with the local parish church – St.Edmund’s and regular services are held there providing opportunities for parents and friends to join the staff and children for worship.  The Rector and his team lead Collective Worship each Wednesday.  Parents are invited to the last Wednesday assembly of every month.  Individual classes also organise their own assemblies to which parents are invited.  

At Maids Moreton it is hoped that all members of the school community will share and join in Religious Education and if parents wish to have their children withdrawn from daily worship and Religious Education lessons, they should contact the Headteacher to ensure that alternative arrangements can be made.