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Upcoming News and Events:

  • Children in Need – children may wear a spotty accessory with their school uniform on Thursday 16th November for a suggested donation of £1

  • Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st November- Chocolate tombola – please can children bring 2 items on one of these days, one to eat and one to donate for the Christmas Fair Chocolate Stall.
  • Wednesday 22nd November is free dress day in exchange for donation for the Christmas Fair
  • Saturday 25th November –  Christmas Fair 11am – 2pm

Daily Worship

Here at RMS we organise our Collective Worship around focusing on a Christian value per half term.
We are following the Roots and Fruits Programme

"A tree is known by its fruit"

Matthew 12.33

 

The twenty-first century Primary school classroom is a vibrant environment characterised by exploration, discussion, discovery and reflection. Lessons are carefully planned to engage a range of different learning styles and actively promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. The expectation is, therefore, that collective worship, which offers expression to all that is of worth and indeed to all that is sacred in the school community, will likewise be inspirational and keenly relevent to the lives of the children.

 

 

Our pattern of Worship

We have an altar with three candles, representing the Holy Trinity. After a warm welcome, we invite the children to consider an aspect or possibility they may not have considered before. This may use the context of story, picture, music or poetry. We hope this then opens up a consideration of a different perspective, followed by opportunity to reflect on the new learning and respond through action, thought or spoken word. The children are encouraged to think about how they can take their new learning and use it in a way that makes a positive difference to themselves and others, both within school and in wider society.

The following is a list of values we consider essential for the children at RMS to nurture and develop (it is by no means an exhaustive list):

Generosity, Compassion, Courage, Forgiveness, Friendship, Respect, Thankfulness, Trust, Perseverance, Justice, Service, Truthfulness.

 

Our collective worship is led by the Headteacher, Deputy and Assistant Heads, the Church, the Children, Curriculum Coordinators where national/international days are celebrated and outside agencies.

 

We arrange our Collective Worship Themes as follows:

 

 

Year

Autumn half term 1

Autumn half term 2

Spring half term 1

Spring half term 2

Summer half term 1

Summer half term 2

A (2017)

Generosity

Compassion

Courage

Forgiveness

Friendship

Respect

B

Thankfulness

Trust

Perseverance

Justice

Service

Truthfulness

 

Home School Values: ideas for family discussion and reflection.

Compassion

Courage

Creativity

Forgiveness

Friendship

Generosity

Hope

Humility

Justice

Peace

Perseverance

Respect

Responsibility

Service

Thankfulness

Trust

Truthfulness

Wisdom

Interview Questions