COLLECTIVE WORSHIP IN OUR SCHOOL
Collective Worship in our school is an integral part of our ethos, aims and relationships, as Christian values permeate all aspects of school life and all relationships. It is a way of deepening our relationship with God together and individually.
At St Kentigern’s, collective worship takes place in school daily, where staff and pupils are encouraged to pray with thoughtfulness and with respect through a variety of prayer experiences - whole school Masses and liturgies, assemblies and prayer services together with formal classroom and individual reflective prayer. At St Kentigern's, we ensure that Collective worship is accessible to all children in our school, where each child has the opportunity to participate and respond to liturgy and worship in an appropriate way to their age using a formal and reflective prayer in a variety of ways to suit the needs of our children and allow them to worship in ways in which they feel comfortable.
This worship will follow the liturgical year and include appropriate feast days, it will also encompass Gospel Virtues, British values, world events and worlds faiths to enable pupils to appreciate their place in society and respect those around them.