At Christ the King Catholic Voluntary Academy children are exposed to a variety of collective worship experiences, both formal and informal, private and together with other. Children are encouraged to take an active part in Masses and liturgies, including the preparation of readings, writing prayers, choosing appropriate hymns and preparing altar displays reflective of the liturgical calendar. Daily Collective Worship takes place either as a whole school, Key Stage or class.
All classes begin and end the day with a prayer. They also pray before and after lunch.
Each class has a sacred space to provide a focus for prayer and reflection which is linked to the RE topic or to special days and seasons in the liturgical year.
Whole school masses are held at the beginning of each term and on special liturgical days. Masses take place in the school hall or parish church. Parents and parishioners also attend.