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, you may find these overview documents for your liturgy planning this term.
175 years of celebrating Education Sunday
Free resources to help you celebrate in school and connect with your local parish
Collective Worship resources for Autumn 2023…
…Autumn Overview and Music for Worship now available, plus a fantastic new CW resource on the way for EYFS!
Celebrating Two Great Feast Days of the Church
Check out our new resources to help you celebrate Corpus Christi and Saints Peter and Paul in your school
Subscription Packages and Loyalty Discounts for 2023/4
Discover how bundling your Life to the Full, CPD and Collective Worship subscriptions will give you amazing savings!
Have you ever wondered how to get the best out of pupil presented drama? Check out our top tips!
Collective Worship archive
“Help! I can’t find that assembly from last summer that talked about…?!” Now you can, via our new Content Library!
Collective Worship Parent Portal – Available Now!
Find out how we are further supporting prayer at home…
The Jesse Tree Journey Has Begun!
Thank you to the amazing children who helped to create this resource…
The Jesse Tree: From Creation to Christmas
We’re producing our very own Jesse Tree resource for Advent 2022 - and we’re very excited about it!
One Million Children Praying the Rosary
On Tuesday 18th October, you are invited to join a worldwide community of prayer!
St Bernadette Relics Tour and Ten Ten Resources
We are delighted to be an official partner of the St Bernadette Relics Tour…
Our Pilgrimage to Walsingham: ‘England’s Nazareth’
One small ‘yes’ can change the course of history…
Have You Noticed Our New Collective Worship Icons?
Have a read to find out what these icons mean for you when you’re leading prayer with your pupils…
CPD Sessions for the Start of the New Academic Year…
Whether you need to familiarise returning staff with programme updates or you need to get new staff up to speed, we’ve got sessions for you starting on 1st September...
Looking back over this academic year, we’ve had so many great articles to share with you through the Teacher Hub that we’ve decided to compile some of the most popular to share with you again in case you missed them the first time round!
What’s New For 2022-23?
The first thing you will notice at the start of the new academic year is that we will have a new website. We have been working with some wonderful website designers and developers to address some of the key issues that our users have fed back. We hope that our new website will improve your user experience and the way you access the content.
Life and Death in Rome
Everywhere you turn in Rome there are joyful signs of life and sobering reminders of death! Rome: a bustling city, with rich architecture, art, history and open-air opera. Delicious aromas of espresso and the flavours of pizza and gelato – a feast for the senses! Here in the midst of all this hustle and bustle of life, lies the home and much history of Catholicism.
Have You Seen Our New CPD Package?
Due to the amazing success of our CPD events this year, we are delighted to announce…
Ideas For Funding Your Ten Ten Resources Subscription
Is renewing your Ten Ten Resources subscription a difficult decision because of financial challenges?
Now Is The Time To Resubscribe
Find out how to renew your subscription here… Did you know that most Life to the Full subscriptions expire on 31st July 2022? It is the same case with the majority of Combined Collective Worship and Life to the Full subscriptions. To maintain access and to prepare for the new academic year in September, schools need to renew.
Deaf Awareness Week and Beyond
‘Deaf Awareness Week’ and how we’re working to remove barriers to access across our programmes…
Many Routes, One Destination: Our Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela
Holy smoke! It’s a long way to Santiago de Compostela!
A Round of Applause for Our Pilgrim Guides
There were so many enthusiastic teachers who applied for their children to have the opportunity to be Pilgrim Guides for our Ten Ten Year of Pilgrimage – but only three could be chosen…
Our Pilgrimage to Jerusalem
During our Ten Ten Year of Pilgrimage there will be many experiences and encounters but perhaps none so dramatic as Holy Week: Our Pilgrimage to Jerusalem – the final leg of Our Pilgrimage to the Cross. To use a fairground analogy, it’s a rollercoaster!
Sculptures, Dragons and Planets: Other Resources in April
April might be disrupted by the school holidays, but we still have lots of ‘Other Resources’ to share with you…
Other Resources: Does What It Says On The Tin
In March, we have a plethora of ‘Other Resources’ to share with you…
In response to the ongoing situation in Ukraine, we have created a prayer resource freely available for use in schools across the country.
Spot the Difference: Two Versions of our Daily Prayers!
Hint: There are 5 differences in the pictures below. Can you spot them all?
Religion Is Booming On Social Media
Two thousand years before social media was a ‘thing’ Jesus was trend setting and getting people to follow Him!
Ten Ten Year of Pilgrimage
Over the past 18 months, the journeys that we might normally have made have often been thwarted…
A Time To Be Born And A Time To Die
To coincide with ‘National Grief Awareness Week’ (2 – 8 December) we are releasing two new bereavement resources for use in primary schools.
Saints and Sinners
“The only difference between the saint and the sinner is that every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.” Oscar Wilde
A Day for Everything: International Day for Persons of Disability
Did you know that 15th November is ‘Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day’? Or that 25th August is ‘Kiss and Make Up Day’? Or that the whole of April is dedicated to ‘Straw Hat Month’?!
The Unexpected Guest
You all know that Advent is a season of waiting and preparation but what is it exactly that you’re waiting for?
Standard vs Super
If you came here expecting an in-depth character analysis of Clark Kent and Superman across the entire franchise, I’m afraid you’ll be sorely disappointed. (Sorry-not-sorry about the deliberately misleading picture and title).
One Kind Word
Bullying is not funny, I think we’d all agree on that. Therefore, I was quite surprised to find that bullying related humour is a thing!
Finding the ‘Hallow’ in Halloween
On the eve of All Hallows or as most of us know it, Halloween – children and adults dress in skeleton, witch or ghoul costumes, surrounded by cobwebs, images of graveyards and terrifying accessories to celebrate the seasonal trick or treat fest with sugar highs and scary frights!
New CPD Courses
We are delighted to announce that we have created a number of exciting new CPD opportunities for both subscribers and non-subscribers in the areas of Collective Worship and RSHE.