Here at Tang Hall Primary School we enjoy coming together each day for our Collective Worship. This is a time where everyone celebrates, participates, reflects and sings together.
Our assemblies reflect the vision and values of our school and the traditions and culture of our country. Whilst our assemblies are broadly based on Christian values they are inclusive and give all of the school community the chance to be part of the experience through respecting each religious and cultural background.
We aim to give our children an understanding of important Christian celebrations and we include multicultural and multi-faith weeks across the year, during which we explore and celebrate different festivals.
Visitors play an important part in the life of our school and are frequently invited to contribute to our assemblies. The Local Reverend regularly attends and leads our Collective Worship.
On Friday mornings we invite families to join us for our Dynamite Learners celebration assembly.
|Collective Worship Themes|
|Autumn Term 1st Half||The Rule of Law
|Autumn Term 2nd Half||Respecting others
Getting on and falling out
|Spring Term 1st Half||Democracy
Going for goals
|Spring Term 2nd Half||Individual Liberty
It’s good to be me
|Summer Term 1st Half||Mutual Respect
|Summer Term 2nd Half||Tolerance of different Faiths and Beliefs.
Parents are entitled to withdraw their child from Collective Worship, if they wish. We ask that parents discuss this with the class teacher first, so that appropriate arrangements can be made for the supervision of any child withdrawn from this activity.