Each day, children are invited to participate in Collective Worship. This varies throughout the week but is led by both children and staff.
On a Monday, children have the opportunity to learn about the Gospel of the week as a whole school. This is led by Mrs Blanch and the Chaplaincy Team.
On a Tuesday, the children pray through hymns and they learn hymns that are appropriate to the liturgical time of year.
On a Wednesday, children worship within their Key Stages and they learn about a Gospel value. These values are chosen each term by the children through a voting system.
On a Thursday, collective worship takes place within their classrooms and is led by a group of children from that class based on our prayer progression throughout the school.
Friday is a day where we thank God for the many achievements we have had this week in our Celebration Assembly.
Help us all, teachers and pupils
To value our friendships
To support and love each other
And help us to remember that
You are always by our side
Our greatest friend.
The Friends of Saint Gregory’s School purchased new prayer books for the children.
The School Council had a competition to write a School Prayer, which could be added to the prayer book.
The prayer that was chosen was written by Leah Brooke Year Six.
The Diocese inspected the school in the Autumn term of 2016 and found us to be Outstanding. Below is the report in full.