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Collective Worship Year of Pilgrimage Launch Collective Worship / Primary / Catholic Over the past 18 months, the journeys that we might normally have made have often been thwarted… Continue reading Home Learning RSHE Curriculum / Collective Worship / Primary / Secondary / Catholic / Church of England In order to support schools as they respond to the potential need for another season of online Home Learning... Continue reading The Forgotten Feast Collective Worship / Primary / Secondary / Catholic By the time that the Feast of Epiphany arrives on January 6th, it can feel like Christmas is well and truly over. Continue reading A Time To Be Born RSHE Curriculum / Collective Worship / Primary / Catholic / Church of England To coincide with ‘National Grief Awareness Week’ (2 – 8 December) we are releasing two new bereavement resources for use in primary schools... Continue reading... A Day for Everything ...Read More
Home category Blog Collective Worship The Ten Ten Hub Sharing Faith With the Whole World Collective Worship / Primary / Catholic / Church of England Writer: Anna Bailey Did you know... ...no matter what country you are in, the readings from Scripture will be the same in every Catholic Church throughout the world? The same is true in many Church of England services when they follow the Anglo-Catholic tradition. The word “Catholic” comes from the Greek word meaning “universal”. Our Autumn Assembly Topics are based on the readings for the upcoming Sunday Gospel and it’s quite amazing to think that children and adults all over the world are being inspired and encouraged in their faith by the same readings each week as the ones we will be sharing in our schools. Our Autumn Assembly Topics Overview document is now available. Whether you subscribe to our Collective Worship programme or not, ...Read More
Home category Blog Collective Worship The Ten Ten Hub The Year of St Joseph Collective Worship / Primary / Catholic On Saturday 1 May 2021, we celebrated the second Feast Day for St Joseph, which focuses on his inspiring qualities as a worker. This is especially important this year, as Pope Francis has proclaimed this year ‘The Year of Joseph’. This special prayer helps children to understand what ‘work’ is and why it is important, including Pope Francis’s explanation that when we work, whether for money or not, we are working with God Himself and ‘in some way become creators of the world around us’!* *We have used some simplified teaching from Pope Francis’ Apostolic Letter on 8th December 2020 called ‘Patris Corde’, which means ‘with a father’s heart’, found here. FURTHER RESOURCES This resource is one of a growing bank of Further Resources which are included as part of your Collective Worship subscription. ...Read More