“In a church school, collective worship should be inclusive, invitational and inspiring.”
The daily act of collective worship is a legal requirement in all church schools. In a Church of England School it should always be Christian worship and it should reflect the traditions of the Church of England, developing learners’ experience and understanding of Anglican traditions and practice.

Worship at St. Anne’s

At St Anne’s our collective worship aims to be inspirational, invitational and inclusive. All members of our community are invited to participate. We aim to provide opportunities for all children and adults to develop spiritually, whatever their faith, or no faith.  We live out our vision through daily acts of worship through prayer, song and reflection. Each act of worship has a Bible focus and Christian message, helping our community to understand the Church of England Liturgical year. We celebrate Christian festivals together and provide opportunities for pupils and adults to ponder and reflect on their own personal spirituality.

Collective Worship timetable

MondayTeachings of Jesus/Parables
TuesdayLife of the Church and Liturgical seasons
WednesdayCurrent affairs and Faith in Action
ThursdaySpirituality and human flourishing (Spacemakers Programme)
FridayCelebration Collective Worship

We have a close partnership with our Parish church (https://stanneswandsworth.org.uk/) as well as other local churches.  The services led by our clergy are inspirational and spiritually nourishing for both pupils and adults in our school community.