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Our Christian Vision:

'Jesus said, "Love one another as I have loved you... by this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one-another."' (John 13: 34-35.)

Our Collective Worship Policy

Our daily Collective Worship is at the core of everything we do at St Margaret's. It is our intention that Collective Worship should influence the thinking and day-to-day actions of the whole school community outside the act of Collective Worship itself, deeply impacting upon school life and on the daily lives of the members of the school community both inside and outside school.


A source of inspiration

Collective Worship should be of the highest quality as an offering to God. It should aim to inspire and affect pupils and adults. Please click here to find out more about our Collective Worship Policy.

Spiritual growth
It is our aim that Collective Worship should promote spiritual growth in all participants whatever their faith or none. We are proud of the way that our pupils embrace the opportunities we create for everyone in the school to participate; this includes the chance for all pupils to plan and lead worship.

'When I'm spiritual, I'm calm and quiet
and I imagine I'm in heaven. My Mum
calls it daydreaming - but I call it thinking!
I feel spiritual sometimes when I'm
praying, when I need to make a decision
or even sometimes when I'm sleeping
and I dream I'm with God. Feeling
spiritual is based on sympathy of thought
and feeling. A spirit is the non-physical
part of a person. A spiritual area is
somewhere where you can go to think
and to pray. It is a place where you can
get away from the fuss of life - where you
can stare up at the sky, enjoy the
peaceful environment around you, or just
close your eyes in prayer.'
(Former Year 5 pupil of St Margaret's on what spirituality means to her.)