Collective Worship is a key element of our religious life at St. Peter’s. Children engage daily in acts of prayer at key points throughout the day, and in a short period of meditation at the start of each afternoon. We also have weekly assemblies as a whole school, and each class undertake their own acts of worship within the classroom, including child planned and led acts of worship and digital acts of worship from the Mark 10 Mission or Cafod. We also regularly celebrate special holy days within the church calendar.
Our children value these times that they get to spend in conversation and reflection with Jesus and God.
“I like meditation because I get a quiet time to talk to God in my heart.” – Eddy
“I like doing the sign of the cross because we’re getting ready to talk to God.” – Malica