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Liturgical Prayer

TenTen Collective Worship Interactive Newsletter for Parents

Liturgical prayer (or collective worship) is an integral part of school life at Sacred Heart and is central to the Catholic tradition. Collective worship provides opportunities for our community to contemplate the mystery of God, reflect on spiritual and moral issues, experience a sense of belonging and grow in liturgical understanding. 

The timetable of Liturgical Prayer in our school is as follows:

Mon - Whole School - rooted in the Gospel

Tue - Class - linked to the Gospel

Wed - Class - linked to the Gospel

Thur - Class - child led

Fri - Whole School - celebration / Class - linked to the Virtue to Live By

Children are taught to participate fully in collective worship and are encouraged to plan and lead as appropriate to their age. 

As well as regular, weekly liturgical prayer, we hold celebrations in line with the church liturgical year including Easter, Mary devotion, Sacred Heart feast day, Advent and Lent services, Remembrance and Holy Week services.