Worship in School


Collective Worship at Flockton CE First School


 Collective Worship in action

Collective Worship Policy



Collective Worship strengths and supports our Christian vision of Rooted in the community, Branching into the future and Walking together in the light of the Lord and our associated values of Community, Stickability, Joy, Compassion, Forgiveness and Friendship.

Our worships reflect the traditions found in the Church of England, and follow the Christian Liturgical calendar.  The daily Christian act of worship is central to our ethos and is supported by staff, visitors and Governors throughout the year.  It makes an important contribution to the overall spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of the whole school community. 


Collective Worship at Flockton is planned to:

  • promote self reflection
  • be inspirational and inspiring
  • be invitiation to those with faith and those without.
  • understand the importance of the Trinity within the Christian faith. 
  • allow pupils to develop a wider cultural and religious understanding 
  • engage pupils with visitors
  • develop spirituality
  • regularly include biblical and Christian teachings
  • have a sense of oneness and being part of a community
  • celebrate and give thanks. 

 Collective Worship Rota




What our parents say about Collective Worship