Worship is central to the life of our school.
We cenbrate worship as a whole school, departments and in classes, sometimes led by children in a class, our Worship Council, or a member of staff. In most cases the worship encorages participation through being;
- Invitational: children are encourages to be involved but it is a personal response
- Inspirational: children are encoraged to think deeply and to be able to internalise the key messages, leading to personal of collective action
- Inclusive: all children are able to access the worship in their own wayFeedback from a worship attended by Liverpool Diocese teacher Adviser when we hosted 16 NQTs for training wrote on our feedback postcards: 'A warm welcome to everyone -all were included, made to feel this worship was theirs. Setting up the worship table secures a clear understanding of the Trinity. The pupils lead an inspirational worship with a wide variety of stimulus that all linked so well to the Bible passage in Hebrews - our hope is secure in Christ'. (Jen McIween, 04/11/19)