Rooted in Christian belief, our vision is:

That every member of this school community feels respected and valued and has the courage to set aspirational goals for themselves and their future.

 With a love of learning and a resilient and persevering attitude, our community will have the ability to celebrate and embrace the differences that the wider world offers. In time all of our children will be confident to explore life with an open mind; this will support them to flourish in the modern world and reach their full potential as a member of their community.

"Encourage one another and build each other up." (Thessalonians 5.11)

Collective Worship

A daily act of worship, based on specific Christian values, is held in school and organised as follows:

Monday       Whole school ‘theme’ worship – Mr R Palmer/Rev G Owen

Tuesday       Whole School Collective Worship Mr R Palmer

Wednesday  Whole School Collective Worship - Curate Steve Cox

Thursday      Hymn singing Worship

 Friday           Achievement worship (VIP)


As a Voluntary Controlled Church of England School, we have a 'Collective Worship' policy which explains our Worship routines. The school has a four year

Promoting equality and tackling discrimination:

  • The school actively promotes equality through its Christian vision and a sequenced timetable of worship events which include a whole school worship plan cycle A and B, Black history month, disability awareness, Martin Luther King week, gender awareness, refugee week, world day against child labour and LGBT awareness.
  • Staff and pupils work hard to prevent all forms of bullying, including online bullying. Aspects of this are covered through our computing and RSHE Jigsaw curriculum.
  • Through worship and PSHE lessons, pupils have good awareness and understanding of what constitutes bullying and discrimination. They know whom to report incidents to and are reassured that issues will be dealt with effectively.
  • Pupils spiritual, moral, social and cultural development ensures that they are prepared to be reflective and responsible for their actions as good citizens.
  • Through our broad and balanced curriculum and programme of worship, pupils have a sense of appreciation of faiths, cultures, music and traditions that might be different from their own.
  • The School Council is a democratically formed proactive group who are a fair representation of our school population. Members represent the views of their peers and have acted as a vehicle for change in some aspects of school life.

Collective Worship Theme - PEACE. Children across school were involved in a worship looking at peace, a number of children helped to lead the worship and joined in.

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Collective Worship Policy

Collective Worship Policy 2025.doc .doc
RE Policy 2025.docx .docx
210311 Collective Worship SOE Final_.pdf .pdf