Lots of certificates awarded in our Gold Star Collective Worship
Mrs Hart's online Gold Star Collective Worship
The children enjoyed helping to lead Collective Worship
Some of our online Collective Worships this half term
Thank you to Mrs Vinecombe for a great Harvest Collective Worship
Fantastic performances by each class during our Harvest Service
A great Collective Worship led by Mr Clarke
Our lovely prayer trees for 'Thankfulness'
Our new theme this half term is 'Thankfulness'
Gold Star Collective Worship with Mrs Hart
Some Class 4 children getting involved in leading Collective Worship
Miss Harrison’s virtual Collective Worship introducing our new theme for the half term - Friendship
Thank you Mr Clarke for our special virtual Collective Worship to mark Remembrance Day
Vitual Collective Worship about 'Backpack of Worries' delivered by Mr Clarke for our return to school.
The children all made their own candle to take home over lockdown. We can all be together in prayer and think about each other.
Thank you Mr Clarke for a fantastic Collective Worship. The children really enjoyed taking part!
Thank you Mrs Vinecombe for leading a great World Book Day assembly
The children leading our assembly about World Book Day!
Osmaston CE (VC) Primary School R.E.Singers
Class 1 Church Collective Worship. The children and Reverend Fiona created a wonderful service. The children were reminding us about using kind words and about how special we are to God.
Thank you to Mr Clarke, from Ashbourne Baptist Church for leading our Collective Worship this Wednesday. Our theme this half term is 'Service' and we enjoyed an interactive worship on the subject of Ruth and Naomi.
Our Easter Service was planned and led by Class 2. It was lovely to see so many people joing us from our community.
"Peace be with you."
We carried the collection plates.
I got to hold the Easter Egg!
Class 4 led a church collective worship on 'What it means to be meek?'
School and Community 'Children's Society' Christingle Service. This was a very special service in St. Martin's to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
Ellie, one of Readers, told the Christmas Story
The Nativity tableau was formed by Classes 1 & 2
The children had made Christingles
We lit the candles
We had peaceful time to enjoy the moment
The School Band played
School and Village Harvest Festival Service in St. Martin's Church, followed by High Tea in The Coronation Hall.
Thank you for all donations to Ashbourne Food Bank
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