As a Voluntary Aided Church of England College, collective worship plays a significant part in our daily lives. Each year begins with a full College Act of Collective Worship and each term ends with a full College Eucharist, supported by the local Clergy.
Through the week we have a variety of year group, community and full College Acts of Worship, the themes for which follow the Church lectionary.
Both Ofsted and SIAS (Statutory Inspection of Aided Schools) judged our worship to be outstanding.
The Worship Space is a dedicated area in which Students and Staff can reflect, relax and feel ‘at peace’. This space has become a multi-faith place where anyone/everyone is welcome, irrespective of creed or colour.
As it grows, it will play an integral role in helping Spirituality become more accessible to Students. Rev Peter Haddleton has played a vital role in all aspects of the development of the Worship Space and his vision is invaluable.
Open discussion form an important aspect of exploration within the Worship Space, during this time we delve into different philosophical view points and look to share opinions and ideas in a very safe environment. It helps to illustrate how Faith is relevant in all aspects of life, not just within the confines of a Church.
Student Worship Team
We have a dedicated team of Students who represent all School Communities within College. The Worship team have planned and delivered a number of different services that include a Service of Remembrance, Advent Act of Collective Worship and End of Term Eucharist’s. Their enthusiasm and honesty is vitally important and it is their appetite that gives our vision the energy it needs to thrive.
- Recording of BBC Broadcast
- Community Worship Survey 2011
- Transcript of Broadcast (PDF 186 Kb)
- Worship Reading by Jacob Robinson (PDF 46 Kb)
- Worship Reading by Kaylee Cole (PDF 32 Kb)