Worship

Learn together. Play together. Pray together.

Religious Education and worship make an important, although not exclusive, contribution to spiritual, moral and cultural development. These activities offer explicit opportunities for pupils to consider the response of religion to fundamental questions about the purpose of being, morality and ethical standards, and to develop their own response to such matters.

 

Every school must by law provide religious education and daily collective worship mainly Christian in character.

 

Communal worship at Netherseal St.Peter's forms part of everyday life. Every child is given the opportunity to pray and give thanks to God through words, songs, gestures and silence. It is lead by the church, by staff and by the children.

'You are the people of God; he loved you and chose you for his own. So then, you must clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.' Colossians 3.12