Collective Worship at Home
PROMOTING, VALUING & CELEBRATING ACHIEVEMENT IN A CHRISTIAN SETTING"I am the Good Shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me." John 10:14
Welcome to St Paul's CofE VC Junior School online virtual Collective Worships.
Daily collective worship is a very special time at St Paul's. Whilst most of us are at home, there are lots of creative ways that you can still explore learning about God through Bible stories and prayer as well as reflecting on our values and what these mean to you.
We would love you to send us your pictures, prayers and photographs of the activities that you do over the next few weeks. You can send these to your class teachers on Dojo to see!
Week Beginning: Monday 22nd February 2021
Tuesday 23rd February 2021
40 Acts of Kindness @ St Paul's Challenge 2021 (at home)
There are a few spaces for you to fill with your own ideas to make it suit your household during this period of home learning. Enjoy and have fun.
During this time of Lent, help us all to remember to be thankful for all the good things we have, whether they are a need or a want. May we be reminded to help those in the UK and around the world that do not have enough food to eat. Amen
Wednesday 24th February 2021
Please join Reverend Jonathan for our Collective Worship on the theme of Patience.
Week Beginning: Monday 11th January 2021
Week Beginning: Monday 18th January - Whole School Collective Worship (Live)
Week Beginning: Monday 25th January - Whole School Collective Worship (Live)
Thursday 28th January
Friday 29th January – class Celebration Zoom. Candle and school prayer used. Please visit children’s work on remote learning pages and class dojo
Week Beginning: Monday 1st February - Whole School Collective Worship (Live)
Tuesday 2nd February
This week we are exploring Children's Mental Health week through the theme of 'Express Yourself'. Watch this virtual worship featuring many famous faces to introduce this to you and your family. Click on the image to watch.
Song: It's okay not be okay
Wednesday 3rd February
Thursday 4th February
Share the following poem with a sibling, parent, grandparent or just read it for yourself. It is about a boy called Samuel.
How would you answer this question? Pause for a moment and have a think.
Is it easier to believe in things you can see or in things you can't see?
You could simply answer it in your head or send your ideas to your class teacher through art, prayer or writing. What do you believe in? What don't you believe in? What makes it harder to believe in some things and not others? How would Samuel from the poem answer this question?
As you go through this week, think of all the things you cannot see but know are there. For example, air or love.
Friday 5th February 2021
Join your class for your Celebration Worship. As part of Children's Mental Health Week 2021, you are invited to 'express yourself' through an accessory, hair style, clothing or any other way that you can think of for your zoom this week.
Week Beginning Monday 8th February - Whole School Collective Worship (Live)
Tuesday 9th February 2021
Do you often lose hope and forget that each new day is a fresh start?
This is a Collective Worship on the theme of Hope from the Faith at Home team.
What have you done to help someone have a good day? How could you help someone who's having a bad day, to have hope for tomorrow?
Always remember as our school value says, there is always someone there for you, someone to ENCOURAGE you and remind you that tomorrow will be a better day.
Wednesday 10th February 2021
Today's Worship from Rev'd Dart to continue the theme and value from Mr Partridge's live zoom on Monday
Thursday 11th February
For today's Worship we are thinking about the start of Lent. Shrove Tuesday (Pancake Day) is on the 16th February which marks the start of the Lent season. Follow the link below to discover more about this.
There are a few images below too for you to try to make links for this season of Lent. How many can you make?
Lent lasts all the way up until Easter Day. Traditionally, this period is marked by giving something up. This is often chocolate or sweets. Some people decide to offer a helping hand to others, give to others, rather than give something up. These are two ways that you could mark this season of Lent. Give something up for give to others.
Week Beginning Monday 22nd February - Whole School Collective Worship (Live)
Week Beginning Monday 1st March February - Whole School Collective Worship (Live)
Tuesday 2nd March
We are aware of the difference between our needs and our wants. Let us be grateful and content with what we have. We ask for support for those that don't have all their needs met, as we reflect on what we can do to help others. Amen
Songs we know and love @St Paul's
Count on Me
This is Me
A few new ones you might like to listen and join in with
It's okay not to be okay (please just say)