Collected Guidance for Schools
Collective Worship can contribute and enhance the school’s provision for…
- Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural education
- Every Child Matters
- Excellence and Enjoyment
- Personal Learning and Thinking Skills
- Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning
- Identity and Cultural Diversity
- Knowledge and Understanding of the World
- Community Cohesion
- Circle Time
- Restorative Practice
Introduction and purpose of the guidance
The pack is for use by headteachers, governing bodies, senior managers, coordinators and those who contribute to school worship.
Headteachers and governors should refer to Collective Worship and the Law. (19-23)
Worship coordinators will find all sections and the Appendices helpful.
Please note: you can contact us via the link below if you require the Worship Works documents in editable Word format for inclusion in your Collective Worship policy.