We are pleased to announce that we have been graded as an Outstanding Church School in our last Anglican schools inspection.
Please click the SIAMS link below if you would like to view the inspection.
At Offley Endowed Primary school there is a daily act of collective worship. This can be whole school but is also key stage based and class based.
Reverend Terrance Bell leads Collective Worship several times a term and we visit Mary Magdalene Church for Harvest and Easter services as well as other times.
As a church school we understand and value the importance of time together as a whole school. Every day the children gather together with the staff to share time with each other. This time together is called collective worship. The person leading the worship will mostly follow themes suggested by St. Albans Diocese. It is a time to share in the Bible, learn about Jesus and reflect on how faith shapes who we are and what we do. We end the collective worship with a prayer and a relevant song or hymn. On a Friday, we also celebrate the achievements of the children in our 'celebration assembly'. The children collect a leaf or an apple to go on the tree at the back of the hall.