Worship Council at St Paul’s

The worship council is made up of two pupils from each class, which were chosen through a democratic class vote.

  • Temwani
  • Ellie
  • Olivia
  • Harry
  • Scarlett
  • Saorise
  • Charlotte
  • Noah

Worship Council’s role is to lead collective worships, monitor collective worship and help promote reflection and collective worship around the school.

What does Worship Council do?

We regularly meet with Mrs Blakemore, Mrs Danylyk, Cathy (St Paul’s Children’s worker) and Reverend Martin to carry out learning walks and to monitor our schools Christian Distinctiveness. We help to give feedback and ideas to the pupils, staff and Governors to help make our Collective Worship times extra special.

We are also involved in organising the planning and performances of some acts of worship.

Currently, we are working on developing a school prayer that encompasses our school Christian values: family, hope, perseverance, belief, love, and respect.

Our 6 Christian key values

St Paul’s Worship Council were involved in creating our six key Christian values are:

* Family * Hope *Perseverance * Belief * Love * Respect

Here are the logos that the Worship Council’s choose for our Christian values.

Family

Family

Hope

Hope

Perseverance

Perseverance

Belief

Belief

Love

Love

Respect

Respect