Collective worship plays a fundamental part of daily school life and enables us all to join together as one in prayer and worship.
Growing Closer to God
In its simplest form, prayer is defined as “talking to God.” It is a personal time of opening our hearts to our Heavenly Father and bringing everything in our hearts to Him. Prayer can be a powerful force for change in our lives, and the importance of doing it on a daily basis is something we strive to instil in our children.
Communication is the foundation for success in any relationship. When we communicate openly and freely with each other, we learn to know each other as individuals. This principle also applies to our relationship with God. By talking to God, we can learn more about who He is and what plan He has for us.
Celebrating Mass together
Throughout the year Mass is held to celebrate school events and Holy days of Obligation. We are joined by our Parish priest Father Anton. Our masses are led by our faith council the Prayer Rangers. Throughout the year every class has the opportunity to attend mass at our local parish. Additionally, we join with parishioners once a term on Sunday to celebrate our school. Our next school mass will be on the 3rd October at 10am at St John Fisher Church, please feel free to come and support us.
Whole School Reflection
Prayer and reflection is the essence of our spirituality. Everyday as a school we take part in collective worship. We pray and reflect together during whole school assemblies. In class we think about scripture and reflect upon key gospel values. During this time we come together as one family to reflect and pray together.