Church of England
Primary School

But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded

2 Chronicles 15:7

I can do all things through him who strengthens me

Christian Distinctiveness

Inspire Believe Achieve

Our aim is to inspire and encourage our children to believe in their ability to succeed through learning. This vision will enable them to achieve and succeed in reaching their full potential and beyond, now and for their future.

Within our school we work very hard to create a team of teachers, non-teaching and support staff that will support each child in reaching their potential. Many who visit us comment on the strength of our ‘staff team’ and their shared commitment to help every child in the school achieve their best.

We value the broad and balanced curriculum which our staff offers and all children are able to access not only academic, but creative and physical areas of the National Curriculum fully, so that they receive the highest standard of education.

Within a Christian ethos we aim to:

We are a school that prides itself on our Christian values and aims to ensure all of our pupils feel happy, secure and valued, enabling them to make a worthwhile contribution as young people within their community.

Our school provides a gateway for children to discover, explore and learn in a caring environment. Childhood is a magical, wonderful time and our pupils follow a varied and active programme designed to give them the opportunity to build confidence and learn everything they will need for their future.


SMSC stands for spiritualmoralsocial and cultural. All schools in England must show how well their pupils develop in SMSC. We hope that this page clearly identifies how we do this within our school, community and families and how we meet some of the required outcomes.

Explore beliefs and experience; respect values; discover oneself and the surrounding world; use imagination and creativity; reflect.
Recognise right and wrong; understand consequences; investigate moral and ethical issues; offer reasoned views.
Use social skills in different contexts; work well with others; resolve conflicts; understand how communities work.
Appreciate cultural influences; participate in culture opportunities; understand, accept, respect and celebrate diversity.

Collective Worship

As a Church School Collective worship is an important part of our school day. Collective worship takes place everyday. During Collective Worship, we light a candle to both symbolise Jesus (as light of the world) and also as a visible sign that worship has started and ended. This can also be done when worship is in the classrooms.

Children may be withdrawn from RE /collective worship for religious reasons at the wish of their parents/ carers. 

  • Monday - 09:05 Whole school collective worship
  • Tuesday - 09:05 Whole school collective worship led by Rev Gareth
  • Wednesday KS1 collective worship 09:05, KS2 collective worship 14:50
  • Thursday – 09:05Class collective worship with invitations to parents and carers.
  • Friday- Celebration worship

We are lucky to have visiting clergy who support our collective worship on a regular basis.

Prayers are said before lunch and at the end of the day when there is not an end of the day collective worship. Certificates for stars of the week are presented to the children. Attendance certificates are awarded each half term to pupils with 100% attendance.
We try to ensure close links with our church and hold services there throughout the academic year.

  • October: Harvest festival
  • December: Christmas Service and Nativity
  • April: Easter service
  • July : Leavers’ service

School Parliament

We have a school parliament who are also responsible for organising and developing our collective worship provision. 

Flower Festival

Every year we support our local church’s flower festival celebrations. Every class creates a display of work linked to the theme which is displayed with the flowers around the church. This year we were asked to create work to represent different countries around the world and all classes produced some wonderfully creative pieces. Pupils from Y6 were also invited down tot he church to create their own small floral decorations which were also shared around the church during the festival.