Collective Worship

Collective Worship Rota

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Autumn Term

Week

Date

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Collective Worship Title/Christian Value

Collective Worship Coordinator

Resources

Suggested Topics/SEAL

1

22nd Sunday

05.09.18

Friendship

New Beginnings. What example does St Gregory give us and how do we set an example at St Gregory’s?

 

Mark 7:1-8.14-15.21-23.

‘This people honours me only with lip-service, while their hearts are far from me’.

Feast of St Gregory

2

23rd Sunday

10.09.18

Friendship

How do we look out for and help others around us?

 

PPM’s

Mark 7:31-37

‘His ears were opened…he has done all things well, he makes the deaf hear and the dumb speak’.

Conflict and Resolution

3

24th Sunday

17.09.18

Friendship. Jesus calls us to take up his cross and follow him, are we prepared to do this?

Mrs Howard-Rigby

Mark 8:27-35

‘Get behind me Satan! Because the way you think is not God’s but mans’.

Moral choices/ consequences

Decision making

Safeguarding

4

25th Sunday

24.09.18

Friendship. How do we treat others around us?

Mr McGlinchey

Mark 9:30-37

‘Anyone who welcomes one of the children in my name welcomes me’.

Racism/Bullying

5

26th Sunday

01.10.18

Friendship. How do we act in school towards others? What choices do we make that affect our school community?

Miss Lavin

Mark 9:38-43

‘Anyone who is not against us is for us’.

Moral choices/

Consequences

 

6

27th Sunday

08.10.18

Friendship. How are we taking care of our Kingdom on Earth? How does that effect our ability to enter the Kingdom of God?

Young Leaders and Advocates – Miss O’ Connor

Mark 10:2-16

‘Anyone who does not welcome the Kingdom of God like a little child, will never enter it’.

Environmental issues

7

28th Sunday

15.10.18

Friendship. How can we be an inclusive community that serves God by serving others??

Mr McLeod

Mark 10:17-30

‘Go and sell everything you own and follow me’.

Serving Jesus and serving others

 

Half Term Break

8

30th

Sunday

30.10.18

01/11/18

Feast of All Saints

02/11/18

All Souls

Trust. Who do we put our faith in in everyday life? How does faith in God help us on our journey?

Mrs Caldwell

Mark 10:46-52

‘Master, let me see again…Go, your faith has saved you’.

Trusting others and trusting God

9

31st Sunday

05.11.18

Trust.  What do we do to help our friends and family?

Winefride

Mark 12:28-34

‘You must love your neighbour as yourself’.

Remembrance Sunday.

Loving others/conflict resolution

10

32nd

Sunday

12.11.18

Trust. Do we put our all into the work we do in school? Are we fulfilling our potential?

Plessington

Mark 12:38-44

‘This poor widow has put in more…she has put in everything she possessed’.

Making positive choices

Being ready and being the best we can be

11

33rd

Sunday

19.11.18

Trust. We have all been chosen by God – how can we glorify him?

What can we do to change the world?

More

Mark 13:24-32

‘He will gather his chosen from the four winds’.

Changing the world

Using our talents.

 

12

Christ the King

Youth Sunday

26.11.18

Trust. We listen to Jesus teachings and follow his example. What do we do for others in need? Others rely on us to be generous, are we?

Teresa Year 7

plus Chaplain for Year 8-11

John 18:33-37

‘All who are on the side of truth listen to my voice’.

Following Jesus example

Doing good for others

Charity work.

 

13

1st Advent

03.12.18

Trust. Are we ready to greet the Son of Man?

Young Leaders and Advocates – Sarah O’ Connor

Luke 21:25-28.34-36

‘Stay awake, praying for the strength to survive all that happens’.

Making the right choices.

Beginning of Advent

14

2nd Advent

10.12.18

Trust. How do we prepare for the Lord’s coming? Are we making his path straight through our actions?

Mrs Sherrington

Luke 3:1-6

‘Prepare a way for the Lord, make his paths straight’.

Advice and guidance

15

3rd Advent

17.12.18

Trust. John put his trust in Jesus and told of his coming. Are we making the right choices, like John, as followers of Jesus?

Nathan (Chaplain)

Luke 3:10-18

‘I am not fit to undo his sandal-strap’

Moral choices

 

Spring Term

Week

Date

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Collective Worship Title/Christian Value

Collective Worship Coordinator

Resources

Suggested Topics/SEAL

16

Epiphany of Our Lord

07.01.19

Koinonia. (That which is in common, fellowship, community)

Epiphany. What journey will you go on this term? How will we show homage to Jesus this year?

PPMs

Matthew 2:1-12

‘We have seen his star and have come to do the king homage’

Families and importance of community

17

Baptism of Our Lord

14.10.19

Koinonia. Baptism changes us and cleanses us. What do we need to change to help us become better people?

Mr McGlinchey

Luke 3:15-16.21-22

‘While Jesus after his own baptism was at prayer, heaven opened’

Aspirations

18

2nd Sunday

21.01.19

Koinonia.  Do we show the best versions of ourselves in school?

Mrs Howard-Rigby

John 2:1-12

‘People generally serve the best wine first…but you have kept the best wine till now’.

Attitude to learning.

 

19

3rd Sunday

28.01.19

Koinonia. Jesus was looked up to when he taught. Who do we look up to in school and are we looked up to by others?

Miss Lavin

Luke 1:1-4; 4:14-21

‘He taught in the synagogues and everybody praised him’.

Role models and the right friendship group for you.

20

4th Sunday

04.02.19

Koinonia.  Some people found it hard to believe what Jesus was saying and had a problem with how he taught. What rules do we find difficult to follow and why?

Campion

Luke 4:21-30

‘I tell you solemnly, no prophet is ever accepted in his own country’.

Understanding rules and why we must follow them and the consequences when we don’t.

21

5th Sunday

 

11.02.19

Koinonia.  Miracles and healing. Jesus performed many miracles, which led to his large following. How do we follow Jesus’ example when we come across those different to us?

Fisher

Luke 5:1-11

‘They left everything and followed him'

Wonder and amazement.

Disability awareness.

 

 

Half Term Break

22

7th Sunday

25.02.19

Service. How do we show compassion? How can we show compassion in school and the wider community?

Julian

Luke 6:27-38

‘Be compassionate as your Father is compassionate’.

Fair Trade fortnight

23

8th Sunday

04.03.19

Ash

Wednesday

6.03.19

Service. How do we show respect to the blessings that we have in life? How can we ensure we are producing ‘sound fruit’ in our lives?

Kolbe Year 7 plus Chaplain Year 8-11

Luke 6:39-45

‘There is no sound tree that produces rotten fruit, nor again a rotten tree that produces sound fruit'

Fair Trade fortnight /

Respect

24

1st Lent

11.03.19

Service. Who influences us and can we recognise bad influences and false motives?

Young Leaders and Advocates – Miss O’Connor

Luke 4:1-13

‘Jesus was led by the Spirit through the wilderness and was tempted there’.

Bullying and moral choices

25

2nd Lent

18.03.19

Service. Do we listen to the teachings of Jesus? Are we active in our response to Jesus’ teachings?

Mrs Caldwell

Luke 9:28-36

‘This is my Son, the Chosen One, listen to him’.

Serving the community of St Gregory’s

Mission statement

26

3rd Lent

25.03.19

 

Service. Who do we have to say sorry to and what for?

Mr McLeod

Luke 13:1-9

‘Unless you repent you will all perish as they did’

Friendship resolutions

Repentance as a way to God

27

4th Lent

01.04.19

Service. Parable of prodigal son.

Link to Easter.

Nathan

(Chaplain)

Luke 15:1-3.11-32

‘Your brother was dead and has come to life’.

God’s love for us returning to him

Summer Term

Week

Date

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Collective Worship Title/Christian Value

Collective Worship Coordinator

Resources

Suggested Topics/SEAL

28

1st of Easter

24.04.19

Forgiveness. How does Jesus’ Resurrection provide us with hope in our lives?

Mrs

Sherrington

John 20:1-9

‘He must rise from the dead’.

Hopes for the future

29

2nd of Easter

29.04.19

Forgiveness.  Jesus appeared to his disciples after his Resurrection. What do we truly believe in and why? How does our faith help us?

Young Leaders and Advocates – Miss O’ Connor

John 20:19-31

‘He said to them “Peace be with you”…the disciples were filled with joy’.

Beliefs and values

30

3rd Easter

06.05.19

Forgiveness. How do you love others around you? Is this fulfilling Jesus’ command?

PPM’s

John 21:1-19

‘Lord you know everything, you know I love you’

Moral choices.

 

31

4th Easter

13.05.19

Forgiveness. Jesus protects and guides us, his sheep. Who are we guided by and do we show guidance to others?

Guest Speaker

John 10:27-30

‘I give eternal life to the sheep that belong to me’.

Guidance

32

5th Easter

20.05.19

Forgiveness. God is at the centre of the community of St Gregory’s. How is God included in all we do? How do we glorify God in our school community?

Mr McLeod

John 13:31-35

‘You see this city? Here God lives among men. He will make his home among them?’

Being an active part of a community

Half Term Break

33

7th Easter

03.06.19

Thankfulness: What part do we have to play in contributing to the one community of St Gregory’s?

Why is every person valued in one community?

Miss Lavin

John 17:20-26

‘With me in them and you in me, may they be so completely one’.

 

One community of St Gregory’s

34

Pentecost

10.06.19

Thankfulness: Which commandments do we struggle to follow? How do these decisions affect others around us?

Mrs Howard-Rigby

John 14:15-16.23-26

‘If you love me you will keep my commandments’.

Peer Pressure and decision making

35

The Most Holy Trinity

17.06.19

Thankfulness. Jesus tells us that the Spirit leads us to complete truth. Who do we trust in our lives? How can trust in God help us trust others?

Mr McGlinchey

John 16:12-15

‘Everything the Father has is mine; all the spirit tells you will be taken from what is mine’.

 

Trusting others and trusting God

36

Corpus Christi

24.06.19

Thankfulness. Jesus provided food for the masses. Who are we thankful for that provides for us?

Nathan (Chaplain)

Luke 9:11-17

‘They all ate as much as they wanted’

Being thankful

Appreciating what we have

37

St. Peter and Paul

01.7.19

Thankfulness. Like Peter, we are all called to great things in our lives. What are you called to do to change our world?

Young Leaders and Advocates – Miss O’ Connor

Matthew 16:13-19

‘I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven’.

Ambitions and hopes

38

14th Sunday

08.07.19

Thankfulness. Working to actively support your community. Who is important in our community?

Mrs Caldwell

Luke 10:1-12.17-20

‘Whenever you go into a town where they make you welcome, eat what is set before you’.

Community cohesion

39

15th Sunday

15.07.19

Thankfulness.  Realising who is our neighbour in school. Who are our friends and are they the best choice for us?

PPM’s

Luke 10:25-37

‘Who is my neighbour?’

 

Friendship and bullying.