All schools are required by law to provide pupils/students with a daily act of collective worship regardless of whether or not they are a Church school. The difference with church schools lies in the fact that all acts of worship must be Christian. This means that they should be based on the Bible and the life and teaching of Jesus.
Together with the Diocese of Rochester, we provide acts of worship which can be used in schools. They can be used as they are or adapted to fit your own circumstances.
We also provide general guidance for worship in schools.
Collective Worship planning materials for Rochester and Canterbury Dioceses are provided on a 3 year rolling programme. E.g.: schools should return to Autumn 2012 planning for use in Autumn 2015. The materials are written as a resource for schools which can be adapted and changed to suit the particular needs of each individual school.