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Welcome toSt Oswald'sC of E AcademyChurch, School, Community

Worship Council

As we are unable to join together for our Easter Service this year, I asked Rev Neil if we could share something online. Here is what he has come up with! Happy Easter everyone!

 

Mrs P. 

Worship Council is made up of children from Year 3, 4, 5 and 6. 

 

For Worship Council 2019-2020 we have 10 members:

 

Y3

Will 

Luke 

Y4

Sofia 

Alice 

Y5

Sophia 

Selina 

Y6

Iris 

Sienna 

Additional members from previous cohort:

Geno

Nancy

 

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

                                           THANKFULNESS

Autumn 1

 

This half term, our chosen value is 'Thankfulness'. This value forms the basis of our acts of Collective Worship and links with our Reflection Areas in class. Our Messy Church volunteers also focus on this value for our 'Messy Schools' sessions. 

 

                                                                              thankful bible verses

Doncaster Foodbank/Harvest

 

A huge thank you to everyone who donated produce for our Harvest Festival on Monday 7th October.  Along with donations from our church family, we were able to give 297.6kg of produce to the Doncaster Foodbank.  This amount of food will make 646 meals for people in crisis.

 

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                                             COMPASSION

Autumn 2

 

This half term, our chosen value is 'Compassion'. This value forms the basis of our acts of Collective Worship and links with our Reflection Areas in class. Our Messy Church volunteers also focus on this value for our 'Messy Schools' sessions. 

 

                                 Ephesians 4:32

Support for local flood victims

 

Following the recent flooding in our local area, our Worship Council asked if they could do something to support families who were struggling. Through their combined efforts with our own families and our local church we were able to send lots of items such as mops, buckets, cleaning products, toiletries and food parcels to those in need. These have all been greatfully received. 

 

 

Samaritan's Purse Appeal

 

Once again this year we were able to support this worthy appeal. We held a special Collective Worship, where volunteers from the charity came in to talk to us about what we could put in our shoe box parcels and why they were so important to children around the world. In collaboration with our Church family we collected 53 filled shoe boxes, which were collected and are now travelling to children in countries such as Belarus.  Thank you to everyone who donated a shoe box to this appeal.

 

                                                          Operation Christmas Child

A Special Visitor

 

Bishop Pete visited our school on 26th November. He enjoyed participating in Collective Worship, where he told us about the work to support flood victims across Doncaster. He then spent some time with our Year 4 class where he was asked about life as a Bishop. This was followed by a tour of school with some of our Worship Councillors to visit each class. 

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                                             PERSEVERANCE

Spring 1

 

This half term, our chosen value is 'Perseverance'. This value forms the basis of our acts of Collective Worship and links with our Reflection Areas in class. Our Messy Church volunteers also focus on this value for our 'Messy Schools' sessions.

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