Reflections and Worship leaders
Our worship leaders support our school vision by guiding pupils and adults through times of reflection and evaluation around our worship.
We have selected our Worship leaders from years 5 and 6 and the role is open to pupils of any faith or no faith. They have applied in writing, outlining the reasons why they believe they have the skills and insight need to support worship across the school. Pupils must be excellent role models, whose character shows the attributes of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.
The worship leader team is responsible for collecting feedback from children across age groups in order to improve and develop worship in school. For example, they help pupils learn the “verse of the week,” which reinforces the focus of worship. They also support the logistics of worship.
Meet our Worship leaders:
I will aim to bring joy by helping children to understand the worship and the themes.
I want to talk to people about assemblies and create prayers. Whenever I am singing, I feel calm and focused on God. I want to help others feel it too.
I aim to help children understand more about their faith and dig deeper into understanding their faith,