Collective worship is central to the life of Sir Robert Geffery’s School. Worship offers the children and others in our school an opportunity to reflect on values and issues in the context of our Christian vision and ethos. It is an expression of our vision and shapes our approach to others and to what we do in school. We warmly invite all members of our school community to join our worship.
There is a daily collective act of worship for children in school. This can take the form of whole school assemblies, singing assemblies and class assemblies. Included are prayers, led by staff and by the children, discussion of the school values, links to British Values and teachings from the words of the Bible.
There are also special services throughout the year for which we attend the Landrake village church of St Michael’s. These include:
These Services are open for attendance by parents and friends of every denomination or of no denomination. The school encourages understanding and respect for those from different cultures in our society through our Religious Education curriculum and Personal Social Health and Economic education curriculum.