Pupils help encourage collective work in a secondary school Collective worship at the West Bridgford School, Nottingham, is provided by a peer-led system. By encouraging delivery of collective worship by older students in the form of drama, and with full support of a peer mentoring system, the school aims to ensure that pupils receive a valuable moral education relevant to their own experiences. Due to the confines of space, each year group can only come together once a week where the theme for the week is introduced, and then expanded upon in form tutor groups over the next four days. As a secular school, the values introduced in collective worship are not religious in nature, but provide lessons on morality that are based on the character of Christian values. Headteacher and Ofsted Inspector Robert McDonough is confident that the school’s provision complies fully with the law.