St Andrew's Church of England Primary School An intelligent heart acquires knowledge and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge. Proverbs 18:15

Worship Focus


Our worship table is ready for the beginning of Advent. There is a Christmas wreath, four gifts to open for the start of each week to the lead up to Christmas. 


Each class has a Random Act of Kindness advent calendar for children to participate in Advent if they wish. 

Dedication focus by Fr Julius:

Our Collective Worship was lead by our Yr6 team and Fr Julius which focused on dedication by looking at, Usain Bolt, St. Andrew and Queen Elizabeth II.  All children were active parts in Collective Worship through reading readings as well as, offering their thoughts and reflections. 


The Yr6 Worship team led a standing prayer to end Collective Worship.  

Our Collective Worship table as we approach Rememberance:

We have our poppy wreath ahead of remembrance. 

Perserverance/ Dedication:

Our theme for Autumn 2 Perserverance and dedication. 

Liturgical colours:

We had a lovely visit from Rev Ingrid yesterday who led our Collective Worship on Liturgical colours and there importance within Church. 

Our school Collective Worship table:

Share the light

Lyrics for share the light of Jesus

Our Collective Worship notice board:

Monday's Collective Worship:

On a Monday we celebrate children's achievements inside and outside of school. 


Tuesday  Collective Worship:

On a Tuesday we look at what has been happening in the News together and discuss it 


Wednesday Collective Worship:

On  a Wednesday we worship through song and music. 


Thursday Collective Worship:

On a Thursday we look at the teachings of Jesus from the Bible based on our focus. 


Friday Collective Worship:

On a Friday we have class worship to develop our class identity. 


The Lord's prayer:



Our Father, who art in heaven,
hallowed be thy name;
thy kingdom come;
thy will be done;
on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those who trespass against us.
And lead us not into temptation;
but deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom,
the power and the glory,
for ever and ever.

Collective Worship table:


Candle – Represents Jesus the light of the world and the Holy trinity “In the name of The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirt”.

Cross – Represents Jesus (Christ) and what he did for us as well as our faith as Christians.

Table Cloth – Represents different events in the Church calendar.

Stanley Owl –  Represents each and everyone of our Stanley family.

Bible – The word and teachings of God.

The passing of Prince Philip on the 9th April:

Below  are some great resources to discuss with your child who Prince Philip was and his role within society. 

Spring 2 week 2 Friday:

Celebration Collective Worship what are you proudest of during learning from home this can be anything and why. 


Spring 2 week 2 Thursday:


 Take some time to reflect on your time learning from home and set yourself some goals for when we return to school. These goals can be anything such as helping the adults at home more.

Spring 2 week 2 Wednesday:

Spring 2 week 2 Monday:

Please watch week 1 and 2 of the lent videos see link below. 

Tour of Church:

Rev Gill has created a tour of our local Church for us to watch.

Spring 2 week 1 Friday:


Celebration Collective Worship – Celebrate your successes and reflect upon the activities that may not have gone to plan this week and why that may be.  

Spring 2 week 1 Thursday:

Jesus served his Disciples by washing their feet. How could you serve a family member? Complete the act of service and then reflect on why Jesus completed this.

How did it make you feel? 

How did it make the other person feel?


Who were Jesus' Disciples?

How many were there?

What does Disciple mean? 


Spring 2 week 1 Wednesday: 


Beginning of Lent -  Construct a simple cross and decide where you will put it in your home – it should be somewhere visible and crucial to your daily routine. It’s up to you how you make the cross, and what it is made out of. While you are making your cross, take some time to think or talk about the people, situations and issues that you care about.  Make a list, poster or pin-board of all these people, adding pictures or photos if you would like to and decide where you will put your prayer list/poster/board that you can come back to it throughout Lent. (It’s up to you how often you decide to do this, it could be before supper each day, or once a week, but try to fit it in with the routine of your home so it’s easy to build in over the next few weeks.)

Spring 2 week 1 Tuesday:


Look through the PowerPoint to find out a little more about Shrove Tuesday. Then reflect on what you would like to change / give up during Lent . 

We would love to see your pancakes!

Welcoming of Spring and new life:

Mrs Gresswell is giving up fizzy pop drinks during Lent. 

Mrs Fryer is giving up crisp during Lent. 

Miss Price is giving up chocolate during Lent.

Mrs Davies is giving up ice cream during Lent.

Sam is giving up pancakes during Lent. 


What are you giving up during Lent? 

Lent challenge:

Lent starts on the Ash Wednesday 17th February 2021 and ends on the 3rd April 2021. 


Beginning on Ash Wednesday, Lent is a season of reflection and preparation before the celebrations of Easter. By observing the 40 days of Lent, Christians replicate Jesus Christ's sacrifice and withdrawal into the desert for 40 days. Lent is marked by fasting, both from food and festivities


What are you going to give up for Lent? Chocolate, white bread, games console etc... 


Don't forget to send images of your Lent box and/or information about what you are giving up for Lent. Please send this to the robins class email address:

Collective Worship week 6 - Friday


Celebration Collective Worship – We would like you to reflect on this half term and discuss what has gone well and what could have gone better. What are you going to change moving forwards? Have a look through our value certificates and decide who you believe should receive one it can be anyone Mum, Dad, Grandma, Grandad, Auntie, uncle, Brother, Sister, Dance teacher etc... 



What's in the news is always a great Collective Worship with the children that allows big questions to be reflected upon and discussed together. This allows for great debates and exploration of British values within real subjects that are being discussed throughout the world. 

Collective Worship week 6 - Wednesday

Collective Worship week 6 - Tuesday

Collective Worship week 6 - Monday:

Collective Worship week 5 Friday:

Celebration Collective worship – what have you done this week you are proud of. What would you like to achieve next week. 

Collective Worship week 5 - Thursday 

Please take a look at our school values and discuss how you can uphold them. Please pick one and action that value. Please take photos and send to: 

An example could be the value of love so I could write a postcard to a family member or friend to ensure they know that even though we can't see them at the moment that they are still loved. 



Collective Worship week 5 - Wednesday

Collective Worship week 5 - Tuesday 


Bob Hartman - Little man up in a tree.

Collective Worship week 5 - Monday

Collective Worship week 4 Friday:

Celebration Collective worship – what have you done this week you are proud of. What would you like to achieve next week. 

Collective Worship week 4 Thursday:


Using your reflections from yesterday can you create a prayer based on community. Please send your completed prayer to if you wish for it to be posted on the Collective Worship impact and input page. 

Collective Worship week 4 Wednesday:

Collective Worship week 4 Tuesday:

Bob Hartman Someone is calling my name.

Watch the video of Bob Hartman and then use the What's in the news resources to discuss leadership and democracy. 

Collective Worship week 4 Monday:

Collective Worship Week 4 

Collective Worship week 3 Friday:

Celebration Collective worship – what have you done this week you are proud of. What would you like to achieve next week. 

Collective Worship week 3 Thursday:

Collective Worship week 3 - Wednesday: 

 Look at the words respect and dignity what do they mean?

Can you create a wordall – lots of words that mean the same thing or explain what the words mean.

Collective Worship week 3 -  Tuesday:

Bob Hartman's poem on When my fears are giant sized. 

Collective Worship focus - Dignity week 3 Monday: 
Collective Worship week 3 

Collective Worship  focus week 2 Friday:


Celebration of all the hard work and children/adults trying their best can you create and present a certificate to someone in your household who has tried their best this week. Then take a look at the below documents to explore what's been going on in the new this week and spend some time to reflect upon the events. 

Collective Worship focus week 2 Thursday:

Collective Worship focus week 2 Wednesday: Bob Hartman

Click on the video resource link below to access the video. 
Collective Worship week 2


Developing our spirituality and the art of reflection. 

Collective Worship Spring 1:

Celebrating hope for the New Year!
Collective Worship week 1

Remembrance service:

Our Remembrance service outside and socially distanced. 


"We will remember them"

Collective Worship Autumn 2:

Collective Worship Autumn 1 2020:

Please look through these resources and have a go at taking part in home Collective Worship once a day as a school we hold our Collective Worship at 1pm until 1;25pm. 



Flight to Egypt Tissot: