Our school provides the opportunity to experience what it is to live in a community that celebrates the Christian faith, offering a tangible, memorable, experience of an active and loved relationship with God.
It is a place where there is welcome and hospitality, encouragement and comfort, trust and understanding. We aim to develop spirituality and a sense of meaning and mystery in everyone.
School life is distinctly Christian within a broader spirituality, which encompasses all faiths represented in our community, and where respect and love for one another is a core aspect of our school family.
· Collective worship (assembly) takes place every day - this will always be Christian in nature and follow a different theme each half term
· Visits to church, and from the church for services at different times during the liturgical year, family Holy Communion and curriculum activities
· Opportunities for invitational prayer in school, including in the classroom and in collective worship
· Opportunities for invitational prayer and reflection in various prayer spaces around the school