Assembly with the Archbishop of Canterbury

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Dear Parents and Children,

Tomorrow sees the launch of the Church of England's weekly collective worship resources, with the Archbishop of Canterbury leading the opening worship. It will be available for livestream at 10am through the TES YouTube channel:

The resource, along with what will be a weekly collective worship resource, is being made available to schools through the new Oak National Academy website. It is hoped that as many of our pupils and families will have the opportunity to take part, as we look to join with schools from across the country to be part of what is hoped to be the largest ever assembly in the UK.

Tomorrow's collective worship also coincides with the launch of the Church of England's weekly programme of content for primary and secondary schools called Faith at Home, which will be weekly 10-12 minute packages of video content to support collective worship, coming out every Thursday from 7th May.
Further information will be available tomorrow from the link below:

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