The core Christian Values for our school, selected by the whole school community, are: Friendship, Service, Thankfulness, Wisdom, Trust and Courage. Time is spent during Collective Worship and RE lessons focusing on these and other Christian Values, with consideration of how we can express them in our everyday lives and relationships with others.
At St. Cleopas School, the daily act of collective worship is viewed as an integral and important part of school life. Through this and in the general ethos of the school we seek to promote our mission statement.
The legal requirement for Church schools ensures that every child in the school is entitled to an opportunity for daily worship.
Children at St Cleopas take an active part to become confident leaders of Collective Worship.
Children are supported, helped and encouraged as they plan their Worship based usually on the whole school CW theme for that half-term. By the end of the year, all children in class will have planned and led class CW. Each child will receive a certificate for being a worship leader.
Autumn 1 – Compassion
This half term we are exploring the value of compassion. Christians believe that their attitudes and actions must reflect the kindness, mercy and compassion of Jesus and the love of God for everyone.
How do we show kindness and respect to one another?
A big thank you to Becca for our wonderful assembly this morning exploring how we can be the most incredible version of us!
‘Let your light shine before others’ (Matthew 5:16).
Chaplain Andrew helped us to explore how Jesus is a friend to all and how we can put our trust in the Lord to help us and guide us.
Thank you to Chaplain Andrew who joined us for worship exploring how God welcomes back all His children.