St. Andrew's is a Church of England Voluntary Controlled School in the Diocese of St. Albans.
Church School News
We are proud to support the Bishop of St. Albans' Harvest Appeal. This year the theme is 'Give Peas a Chance'. We will be talking to the children about this and dressing in green to support the appeal for our Harvest Assembly. You can find out more at www.stalbans.anglican.org/faith/bishop-s-annual-harvest-appeal/
The choir also recently sang at the St. Albans Cathedral Harvest Festival.
Our Year 1 children will soon be going to St. Andrew's Church to be welcomed into the church/school family. We will also be visiting St. Andrew's Church on 30th November for our annual St. Andrew's Day Service.
Worship in School
As a Voluntary Controlled School we have daily Collective Worship for all children and adults in school.
Here are the details of our Collective Worship 2018 - 2019
Mondays and Fridays:
West Site: Key Stage Worship led by Head Teacher, Head of Site or visitors, with all staff present.
East Site: Whole School Worship led by HT, HoS or visitors, with all staff present.
Mondays - Good Lunchtime Book
Fridays - Good Work Book
Key Stage Singing Practices, including reflection and prayer, taken by HT/HoS.
Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Class Worship or Year Band Worship.
Autumn Term 2018 - Main Themes for Worship led by Head Teacher and Head of Site
New school rules. Aspire Believe Celebrate
Values: Joy and Thankfulness
SEAL: New Beginnings, Say No to Bullying, Getting On and Falling Out
MCAfPS More Christian Assemblies for Primary Schools
MOBBS My own book of Bible stories
TLCB The Lion Children's Bible
JWU Join With Us
JWU2 Join With Us Bk 2
GMC Good Morning Children
AfPS - Assemblies for Primary Schools Summer
TTY Through the Year
West Site - Year 3 and 4 Remembrance
Year 3 and 4 spent time in prayer and reflection during the two minute silence on Remembrance Day.
West Site - Harvest
At West and East Sites we had a Whole School Worship.
Donations of food were sent in to support local charities. We also took part in the
Bishop of St Alban's Harvest Appeal, 'Building Hope - Opportunity for All'.