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St Peter's Brafferton Church of England VA Primary School

Aspiring, believing and achieving together

Collective Worship

During the current COVID 19 school closure, we feel that it is important that families are still able to access worship and so we will be making material available every week to allow this. We use a range of resources for our worship in school, linked to a range of themes and topics. Please feel free to use and respond to worship as appropriate at home.

Click here to watch this week's Picture News Virtual Assembly (8th June) all about the re-opening of schools.

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Click here to see a lovely message to you all from Rev Debbie!

Week beginning 4th May - Have a listen to this specially written song for schools during the lockdown 'Looking To The Rainbow' - A song of hope for schools to perform during the Covid 19 pandemic lockdown by Becky Drake and The Blue Coat School Chapel Choir.

Why not have a go at singing this at home? You could even record yourselves singing along with the backing track which you can download for free at worshipforeveryone.com and send us a copy on Class Dojo!

Week beginning 4th May: Click here to try some Worship at Home activities based on the theme of "Love"

Week beginning 27th April 

Why not have a go at these specially designed activities from Prayer Spaces in Schools while you are at home?

Picture News Virtual Worship - 27th April

Click here to read this week's Picture News Paper and try some activities at home:

Week beginning 20th April

 

This week we start thinking about the "Great 50 days" between Easter and Pentecost when we remember, and this year we are thinking about how to best love, pray and give in these difficult times. Jesus said, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.” This is the greatest and first commandment.  And a second is like it: “You shall love your neighbour as yourself.” Matthew 22:37-39 

 

Here are some ideas for ways you could put these ideas into action over the next week. Why not take a picture and send it to us on Class Dojo or by email? We'd love to see what you've been doing!

 

 

Picture News Virtual Worship - 20th April

Click here to read the Picture News Paper and see activities for this week (beginning 20th April)

Week beginning 13th April

Picture News Virtual Worship - 13th April

Please see below this week's Picture News worship for you to take part in at home.

Click below to read this week's Picture News and have a go at some home learning ideas.

Below are more Picture News resources for this week - the Picture News Paper, activities for discussion and some home learning activities for you to try. Let us know how you get on!

An opportunity for children to participate in a daily act of worship is an important part of our provision at St Peter's Brafferton. The Christian foundation of St Peter’s Brafferton as a church school means that worship is a central focus for our living out our Christian vision and values. St Peter’s Brafferton has close connections with the local parish and worshipping community at St Peter’s church, and we enjoy its support and encouragement. Worship is, therefore, an area of our church school life which presents special opportunities to promote spiritual and religious development and has the potential to contribute to the nurturing of faith, providing a means by which all pupils - both those of the faith and those from other backgrounds - may understand more about the Christian faith, while experiencing and learning about worship and what it means to those who take part   

 

Although provision of daily collective worship is statutory, parents/carers have the right to withdraw their child from this act.  If any parent or carer wishes to do so,  please contact the Head Teacher to discuss alternative arrangements.

 

Click here to read a copy of our Collective Worship Policy

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