Prayer and Liturgy

Prayer and Liturgy

Pupils participate in a wide variety of prayer and liturgy throughout each week including whole school, phase and class acts of worship. We also encourage pupils to take time for prayer and reflection on a more personal level and provide opportunities for larger celebrations with the wider school and church community. Our pupils are reverent and reflective at times of prayer and liturgy. The pupils are knowledgeable about their faith, which they act upon visibly through prayer and worship. Children lead acts of celebration of the Word throughout the year and plan and carry out their own acts of prayer and liturgy.

Class Masses

Each class, along with Father Richard, will hold a Class Mass for our parents, carers and the community. These will be held in your child’s class and will begin at 9:30am. All are welcome.

To find out when your child’s Class Mass is, please click on the link below which will take you to the calendar on the school website. All Class Masses have been added for the rest of the year:

We look forward to welcoming you all for our Class Masses. Thank you.

Class Prayer and Liturgy

Each class will also hold their own prayer and liturgy linked either to a theme or the end of a Come and See unit/topic.

See some photos below.

 Weekly Missions

Monday 7th February 2022 – write/say a prayer for someone who may/has lost someone important to them.
This week, we also mark Our Lady of Lourdes Feast Day on Thursday 10th February.

Monday 31st January 2022 – care for someone who cares for you.
Year 4 were challenged to this and we hope to share pictures of this challenge in our next Collective Worship.

Monday 24th January 2022 – learn a new skill.

Year 5 were challenged with this as part of their homework and will share during next weeks Collective Worship

Chaplaincy Team

The Chaplaincy Team lead the whole school in small groups on the Journey of the Cross. We stopped and thought about Jesus’ journey in different parts of our school using the art work different classes had produced.

The Chaplaincy have provided us with some excellent prayer and liturgy for special occasions, organised Masses, written Adoration Acts of Worship and worked hard to keep our environment prayer friendly.  Every Monday, they are now going to lead our prayer and liturgy and celebrations of the previous week.


Weekly Awards

We end each week with an Achievement Assembly on a Friday.
Two children from each class are awarded an achievement certificate and one child is awarded either a STAR or STEPS certificate.  Children are also awarded for the following; A Heart Which Sees, Spelling Shed, Timestable Rockstars, Home Achievements, Wonderful Walking

All of our achievements are recorded in our school Achievement Book.