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Collective Worship

Discussion in 'Religious Education' started by Ro5anna, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. I have just taken on the responsibility of producing a whole school document. We have used a tried tested and safe format but want to improve on what we have. Suggestions as to websites resources etc would be greatly appreciated. Thanking you in advance.
  2. You don't say what age group your are interested in. If it is Primary, then have you come across "Flippin' Praise" which describes itself as "An interactive resource for transforming Collective Worship in schools. This is produced for Anglican Schools by dioceses in East Anglia.
    Fot details see
  3. Thank you for your reply but it's secondary am looking for 11-18. [​IMG]
  4. Compassman

    Compassman Star commenter

    The whole idea of collective worship is an outdated concept.
  5. Thats not particularly helpful Compassman

  6. It's a state school, non faith but the Collective Worship...outdated or not is a legal requirement. Am hoping to make it multi-faith based. Thank you again for your advice [​IMG]
  7. Compassman

    Compassman Star commenter

    Yes it is a legal requirement but an outdated one.

    Been teaching for over 20 years and never done any collective act of worship. Thought for the day yes but never anything religious.
  8. Sorry I can't be of much help as my policy is very much church based. Hope you get it sorted :)

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