Collective worship plays a central part in the life of Forsbrook Primary School. As an expression of the Christian ethos and spiritual life of the school it offers the whole school community opportunities to participate in the expression of Christian worship, valued and honoured through the school’s Anglican Foundation. This is set within the context of the corporate community of our school and its historic partnership Forsbrook Church of England Primary School. We affirm every individual’s unique contribution, regardless of age, gender, ability, background or religion.
Year 5 children leading our Harvest Service.
Year 4 children leading our collective worship.
This term the focus has been on The Miracles of Jesus. This has helped to teach the children that Jesus had the power of God, as His son and reminding us that anything is possible for God, strengthening our belief in God.
This term the whole school came together to lead the worship and honour of Saviour, Jesus Christ at St. Peters church with their families and loved ones.
Forsbrook Primary became a sea of red, white and blue today as we celebrated the King’s Coronation. Following a special Collective Worship where we learned more about what the official Coronation ceremony will entail and sang God Save the King.
This half term began with a Remembrance Service led by Levison Wood where we were taught about the important part the animals played in the war. This led onto Advent and Christmas where the worship led on the key messages; the coming of Jesus is Foretold; Zechariah...