Collective Worship

Collective Worship


All children at Wellstead Primary School participate in a daily assembly, which cover a range of themes.

The themes covered during the Summer term 2018 are as follows:


Summer Term 1 – THINKING Learning Value

Week commencing


16th April

THINKING – Learning Value

23rd April


What is trust? Who can we trust? Can we trust strangers/ strangers online?

Trusting friends.

30th April


What does the word justice mean?

5th May


What qualities make a good friend?

The Wellstead Way.

14th May


To understand that some actions (hurting others, telling lies, stealing etc.) are wrong but they are still loved.

21st May


Simple definition: The quality/state of not thinking you are better than other people: the state of being humble. We are all good at different things and all have other things to work on.

Summer Term 2 – CREATIVITY Learning Value

Week commencing


4th June


Why is it important to tell the truth? What is the opposite of truth?

Discussion about what life would be like if no one told the truth.

11th June

RELATIONSHIPS (Father’s Day 18th June)

Exploration of the different types of relationships we have. What is the same/different about those relationships e.g. relationships with family and friends and teachers.

Discuss the foundations of different relationships.

18th June


Think about how we behave towards people who we think are different to us. How can we show tolerance? Jesus welcomed all people to be his friends.

25th June


Serving one another - how God cares for everyone and everything and even by doing something small we can have a great effect on other people’s lives.

2nd July


Explain the word. Deep feeling of respect / awe for something. Who do Christians revere? How do they show reverence for God? Exploring the concept of respect.

9th July


What is hope? It can sometimes be something you might like, something you might like to happen.

Could link to Christians putting their hope in God - believing he will look after them.

16th July


One more step along the world I go… what does moving on mean? The end of something and the beginning of something else. What is the importance of memories?

If you would like to read our
 'Collective Worship Policy' you will find it via the link.