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Prayer Spaces

Children and young people are innately curious about life. Growing up raises lots of questions, some to do with their experience, both the good and the bad, and some to do with their sense of wonder at the universe we live in.


Prayer Spaces in Schools enable children and young people, of all faiths and none, to explore these life questions, spirituality and faith in a safe, creative and interactive way. Taking a broadly Christian perspective as a starting point, prayer spaces give children and young people an opportunity to develop skills of personal reflection and to explore prayer in an open, inclusive and safe environment. The approach purposely allows pupils to make their own meaning and to draw their own conclusions.

Meet our Worship Council
We created a prayer wall using ribbons on our KS1 playground. 
We have been asking big questions - If you could ask God one question what would it be?
During our Prayer Spaces meeting this week we made crosses for each class. We hope that these beautiful creations will encourage prayer and reflection.
Today we explored the theme of Justice. We discussed what's going on in the world and how, through prayer we can make the world a better place.
This week we focused on reflection - we had a calm, multi-sensory environment to pray in. We reflected and then shared our prayers.
Today we focused on community and the part we have to play. We looked at our school community and thought about where we fit in. We then made playdough images of ourselves to show where we fit in our school community.
We focused on New Beginnings, thinking about new life all around and planting some bulbs.