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Assembly Timetable Autumn 2 2017/2018

Theme – Peace/Christmas

A Christian perspective on peace

Jesus said “Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called children of God” (Matthew 5:9)
Peace-making actions can range from helping to resolve conflict to creating space for stillness.

Aims: Peace

  • To explore conflict and peace in our world
  • To look at people who have worked for peace in the world
  • To provide children with ideas and skills to become peacemakers
  • To encourage children to solve their differences in constructive ways
  • To allow children to explore the reflective feeling of peace and stillness

Aims: Christmas

  • To explore the story of Christmas from the point of view of: Mary & Joseph/Wise Men & Shepherds
  • To celebrate the Christmas story through performance

Collective Worship Timetable Autumn 1 2017/2018

Theme – Trust and belief

 

A Christian perspective on trust and belief

Trust is the basis of all stable relationships, including a person’s relationship with God. God’s commitment to humanity is seen in his willingness to trust ordinary people with carrying out his purposes in the world.

Aims:

· Children to explore what it means to trust and be trusted - understand the importance of trust and explore how we can show trust in others

· Explore what happens when trust is broken

· Explore who in our lives we trust – family, community, world, God

· Explore God’s trust for us to look after the world

· Explore Bible stories where people have shown trust in God

Class Collective Worship is currently on a Wednesday afternoon. 

We have whole school collective worship on Monday, Tuesday and Friday. 

 

For class collective worship we use the "Out of the Box" resource

 

We have a special box in class that we use during collective worship, inside the box there is:

 

A Bible - to think about "God the Father"
A Cross - to think about "God's son Jesus"
A Candle - to think about "God the holy spirit"

 

 

 

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