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Our Church Our Faith

 

Here at Bridgemere School, we provide a caring and supporting environment,  underpinned by a strong Christian ethos.  We believe it is  important to develop core values which will in turn influence behaviour and help us to understand how we should live our lives, both at school and in the wider community.

 

We gather together for collective worship every day. Our worship has a distinct focus each day.

 

Monday - A member of the school staff leads the worship which is linked to our school Christian values. There are opportunities to hear bible stories and stories from other faiths, to take an active role, and there is time for reflection and daily prayers which link with events in our lives.

 

Tuesday - We come together to sing and praise. We take this opportunity to think about our school community and reflect on how, with God's help, we can reach our full potential.

 

Wednesday Key Stage worship

KS2: Y6 children and members of the worship council lead our worship. We share stories that focus on the school's Christian values or we learn about the parables of Jesus and the amazing miracles revealed in the Bible.

KS1: The children gather in class 1 where Miss Williams leads the worship concentrates on the parables of Jesus told through drama.

 

Thursday - We gather for collective worship led by a member of the church community. This has a distinctive Christian focus. We are also lucky to have regular visits from the 'Open the Book' group who invite the children to join in with the retelling of Bible stories through drama.

 

 

Friday - We celebrate together and share in the joy of all our achievements. We take this time to be thankful for the many talents God has given us.  

 

 

 

We also regularly walk through the beautiful Doddington estate to hold services at St John’s church. Parents are invited to attend

 

 

 

 

Picture 1 St John's was built in 1837 for the Delves Broughton family of Doddington

Our Vicar

Rev Helen Chantry is the vicar of the joint benefice of St James’ Audlem, St John’s Doddington and St Chad’s Wybunbury.

She visits regularly to lead our worship and to take part in RE discussions.