Worship in School
“We love to learn, we learn to love, with Christ as our guide we love and learn together”
Our children are encouraged to respect their own faith and those of others in our caring Christian environment.
As a Church of England school, Christian values lie at the heart of all we do.
We have twelve key values that we learn about and try to live out in our everyday life:
We focus on these values in particular, thinking about what the teachings of Jesus tell us about the value and considering how we can develop these values in our own lives and those of our community.
As well as learning about this in our daily worship, we talk about our values in class and we have special prayer walls where we can think , pray and respond to a challenge related to the value for the term.
On Friday 25th June, we held a worship day. During the day, all the children learnt the school vision and discussed where we could see it, in use, in our school.
All the school was involved. We completed a prayer labyrinth which involved asking questions about the Lord's Prayer. We blew bubbles and thought about sending our worries and concerns to God. We experienced lots of new, exciting, fun ways of talking to God. We all created a prayer boat, using origami, and set the boat to sail - thinking about somebody special who we wanted to pray for.
School Nativity Performance
All the staff and children of St Philip's would like to wish you all a very Merry Chrstmas and a Happy New Year.
Click the link below to watch our fantastic Nativity play which all children and staff have worked very hard to put together.
On the 10th December, the children held Christngle Services within their class bubbles. This helps to remind Christians that Jesus is the light of the World.