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Collective Worship

End of Year Worship

Celebration Worship 10th July

This is our final Celebration Worship for 2019-20.

Collective Worship 6th July

Celebration Worship 3rd July

World in Union Song

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A song to sing with worship

Worship 1st July

A worship that is targeted more at our older pupils. Please excuse Auggie being noisy!

Celebration Worship - 26th June

Collective Worship 22nd June

Celebration Worship Friday 19th June

Collective Worship 15th June

Celebration Worship 12th June

Trinity Collective Worship

Celebration Worship 5th June

Pentecost Collective Worship

Friendship Worship Week 4

Week 4 worship challenge dove

Singing Worship Wednesday 20th May

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Friendship Worship - Week 3

Friendship Worship - Week 2

Singing Worship - Wednesday 22nd April

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Friendship Worship with Mrs Shrimpton - Week 1

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Thank you Mrs Shrimpton- we think the friendship bracelet challenge is fantastic!

Singing Worship - Wednesday 8th April

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Mrs Bird has listened to your requests and in this week's singing worship we will be singing 'My Lighthouse.'

Ayla's Prayer

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Ayla was inspired to say a prayer after last week's worship. Thank you for sharing this with us Ayla. May the peace of the Lord be with you.

Virtual Singing worship with Mrs Bird

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May the peace of the Lord be with you. The Lord is here!
At this challenging time, the Church of England has produced this excellent resource about prayer to help us through the crisis. We hope you find them useful as you find yourselves without 'church' during this time. 

All children take part in a daily act of Collective Worship, which is wholly or mainly of a Christian character and can draw upon fables, stories, legends and current affairs.  Collective Worship at St Luke's actively promotes pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development. We believe collective worship should engage and and inspire our children and be relevant to their lives. We encourage our pupils to take ownership of collective worship and they regularly lead whole-school, phase and class worship. 

 

Each half-term, our worship theme is linked to a Christian value, one of our school values and our PSHE (Jigsaw) theme. Each week, the children are given the opportunity to explore a question to develop their spirituality.

Please see our half-termly worship themes below.

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