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Collective Worship

Christian Values

As a Christian school we have, at the heart of everything we do, an agreed set of Christian Values. These values set the theme for our collective and class worship and are referred to in the everyday life of our school. As part of our positive behaviour policy, children are given acknowledgement when they demonstrate they are evidencing a Christian value, for example ‘being generous in the playground’

Throughout our RE curriculum, we also promote our Christian values and educate our pupils about the faiths and beliefs of people from different countries and organisations. We believe that our Christian identity plays an important role in upholding British Values within our school community, these are also identified in our Long term RE Plan

These values where possible are linked to the school PSHE and directly to our RE programme. Each term there is a focus on 5 Christian Values 

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Christian Values

Love

Generosity

Awe and Wonder

Joy

Peace

Prayerfulness

Hope

Kindness

Forgiveness

Self-Control

Faithfulness

Gentleness

Compassion

Patience

Justice

Key themes /events

Macmillan Coffee Morning

All Saints Day

Advent

Christmas

Anti-Bullying

Christingle

 

Lent

 

Easter

Mother’s Day

 

Ascension Day

Pentecost

St John the Baptist Day

Click on the link to download 'Understanding Adel St John Christian Values'

Click on the link to download 2018 Class collective worship timetable

2018 Advent Calendar

Year 4 Collective Worship

Year 4 led their Collective Worship on Wednesday 23 January. Starting our new Christian Value of Kindness, they gave us food for thought in a song whose lyrics asked us to think about a school, city or world where kindness was always evident. They also asked us to think about kindness in what we say, write and do. A lovely thought in a world which is very centred around ‘self.’