Communion & Assembly
Collective worship is central to the life of the school and valued by all for its contribution to the ethos and learning. There are numerous opportunities for collective worship including form time activities, whole-school assemblies and end of term communions.
Our assemblies are both engaging and thought-provoking. Using weekly themes we explore a wide range of topics and issues, and these often link to related activities that take place in form time. We encourage students to be actively involved in our assemblies, and each week different form groups will plan and deliver an assembly to other students in their year group.
Communion services on the last day of each term provide a valuable opportunity for prayer, reflection and coming together as a family of faith. Communions are presided over by members of the local clergy, but also provide opportunity for students to share with each other by leading prayers, sharing readings or through music and singing.