Bishop Nick has been seeing what goes on in our schools, with a recent visit to Whinmoor St Paul’s in Leeds.
Bishop Nick was shown around by four children from the school’s Worship Committee, children from each class who are elected to help the school plan, prepare and deliver daily worship.
They visited each class, and showed Bishop Nick how the school promotes religious education to our children and how they also promote spirituality and connectedness with God.
Bishop Nick then delivered a whole school worship where he spoke about the many hats that he wears, including showing off his mitre.
Jennifer Percival, a teacher at the school, said: “We were very lucky to have a visit from Bishop Nick.
“We finished the morning by holding a Question and Answer session with our Year 5 and 6 classes and him.
“The children thought of some interesting questions that they could ask about Bishop Nick, his life and work and his relationship with God.
“He did a wonderful job answering some tricky questions!”