At the moment, our whole school worships are taking place as normal via Google Meet.
At St Nicholas', shared and collective worship is integral to our daily school life. Children have the opportunity to gather, listen and respond to readings from the Holy Bible and engage with their deeper meanings. It is a time for children to reflect on our "statements to live by", that encourage us, as a school body, to work towards a specific mission each week.
Our worships take place:
- As a Key Stage on Mondays.
- As a whole school on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
- As individual classes on a Friday.
Throughout school, children are supported and encouraged to take active roles in their own worships. In Upper Key Stage Two, children have the opportunity to plan, deliver and evaluate worships of their own. In addition, classes are paired with their own "buddy class" , to allow time for shared worships to take place. This gives younger children the opportunity to partake in smaller roles within the worship and ensures they fully understand the delivery for their transition into greater responsibility.