Faith Team

Faith Team members

Who are the Faith Team Representatives 2021/22?

Every year a new Faith Team is elected. Children are voted onto the Faith Team by their peers. It is made up of two students from each of the classes from Year 3 to Year 6. Every class holds an election to decide who will represent them for the school year.

  • Hi, my name is Aaliya, I will be a great member of the Faith Team because I am a very good listener. I wanted to be involved with the Faith Team so I can help and support everyone in our community, One thing you may not know about me is that I love playing with my siblings.
  • Hello! My name is David. I will be a great member of the Faith Team because I am very intelligent and good at giving advice. I am excited to go on trips to different places of worship. One thing you might not know about me is that I love playing hockey!
  • Hello, my name is Shriya, I will be a great member of the Faith Team because I am very articulate when I speak I wanted to be involved with the Faith Team so that I have the opportunity to be part of the different celebrations throughout the year. One thing you may not know about me is that I love acting.
  • Hello, my name is Kiarno, I will be a great member of the Faith Team because I am very hardworking, reliable and approachable. I am most excited about helping with the Easter celebrations. One thing you may not know about me is that I am very talented sportsman.
  • Hi there, my name is Zulquarnayn. I will be a great member of the Faith Team because I am really passionate about making a difference. I am enthusiastic to share my knowledge of other faiths and answer people’s questions. One thing you might not know about me is that I am very creative.
  • Hello, my name is Eman, I will be a great member of the Faith Team because I am very active. I wanted to be involved with the Faith Team so that I can answer people’s questions about faith. One thing you might not know about me is that I love to draw.
  • Hi, my name is Nyalueth I will be a great member of the Faith Team because I have great ideas and love to tell people about them. I wanted to be involved with the Faith Team so that I can continue to be part of something which helps others. One thing you may not know about me is that I am a great swimmer!
  • Hi, my name is Iyesha I will be a great member of the Faith Team because I am very proactive and have fresh new ideas. I wanted to be involved with the Faith Team so that I can continue to be part of something which makes a difference in everyone’s lives and teach the new Faith Team members about their roles and responsibilities. One thing you may not know about me is that I love art and craft and I am particularly good at calligraphy.

Why do we need a Faith Team?

Our Faith Team plays an important role in our Church School. The team meet twice every half term when they will discuss issues that are important to the children.

Part of their role includes:

  • Promoting our core school values (Charity, Patience, Hope and Faith) by being role models.
  • Ensuring that our Collective Worship Table and Reflective areas are kept clean and tidy.
  • Leading Collective Worship once every half term.
  • Monitoring Collective Worship alongside the Foundation Governors once every half term and ensuring our Anglican Traditions are included in our worship.
  • Monitoring indoor and outdoor worship spaces.
  • Helping in creating displays to show our Distinctive Christian Character.
  • Encouraging children to say a ‘thank you’ prayer in the morning before they start their day and after they have eaten.
  • Gathering information from other children and parents about their views on worship and RE in school.
  • Helping to organise events at the school (Inter-Faith and Courageous Advocacy week)
  • Creating links with our Christ Church and finding different ways we can support them.

Collective Worship Monitors

Our Collective Worship Monitors in Year 6 prepare the hall for Collective Worship each morning. They have to put out chairs for the staff and benches for the Year 6 children. They close the curtains and make sure the computer and projector are set up ready for singing.

At the end of Collective Worship, they put away all of the chairs and benches and make sure the hall is ready for the next lesson or for lunch time. If there is a special celebration like Eid, Diwali or Christmas; they tidy the hall at the end which can be an enormous task!