Fittleworth C. E. Village School

Fittleworth C. E. Village School



New stories and songs added! 

Welcome to our assembly page, when we were chatting we realised that we all missed assemblies and being together, we had missed lots of our assembly songs, we had missed saying prayers together. So we thought that we could spread some JOY to all of you by sharing some of our assembly songs, sharing some bible stories and giving you some ideas for prayers. 

June 28th 2020

This week at school we have been discussing looking after our Oceans 

Many world faiths believe that we all have a responsibility to look after the world in which we live.

Christians believe that God made the world and wants us all to care for it: this is known as stewardship.

The Bible says, ‘The earth is the Lord’s and everything in it . . . for he founded it on the seas and established it on the waters.’ Christians believe that this means that we have no right to abuse God’s creation. Instead, we should act responsibly, realizing that we are privileged to have such a wonderful place in which to live.

Dear God,
Thank you for the beautiful world in which we live.
Thank you for the amazing variety of animals and plants.
Thank you for the sea and the beaches.
Please help us to think carefully about our responsibility in the world.
Please help us to care for the environment.
Please help us to think before we act.



We love singing at Fittleworth and there are so many positives benefits to singing.  Singing releases endorphins, the brain chemical that makes you feel uplifted and happy! It lowers stress levels, improves mental alertness and apparently (according to the University of Frankfurt) can strengthen your immune system. Who needs any more reasons to sing!!!!

Our God is a Great Big God

King of Me by Rend Co. Kids

All through History 

This Little Light of Mine

Try Everything by Shakira

True Colours from Glee

Get Back up Again from Trolls

Speak Life by Toby Mac

My Lighthouse by Rend Collective

This is Amazing Grace by Phil Wickham

Oceans by Hillsong

Me without you by Toby Mac

Assemblies - Click on the titles to watch.

The story of Jonah and the Whale

This  5 minute Assembly by The Archbishop of Canterbury, released this week, discusses hope during this pandemic. It's a wonderful assembly, more suited to KS2 and adults. 

Assembly for Coronavirus Pandemic

This is the Story of Noah and is suitable for all members of the family. The symbol of a rainbow has been used to show Hope during this pandemic, just as it is in the story of Noah's Ark from the bible.

God's Story - Noah

Parents and Children, find somewhere quiet, peaceful and give yourself 6 minutes to listen to The UK Blessing.Christians from different denominations up and down the country have come together to put this beautiful, powerful blessing together, its sung and at times rapped and has the most beautiful harmonies.

Click here to hear  The UK blessing

Prayer ideas. Here are some lovely ideas for prayer. 

 I can pray... a rock hunt

You can click below to listen to and join in with Our school prayer

Our School Prayer

Dear God, 

This is our school

Let it be a place filled with love and learning 

Thank you for our teachers 

Thank you for all who love us and keep us safe 

We pray for children everywhere that they may feel safe and loved

Today and Forever