We have an act of collective worship every day which is based on our school prayer. Our assemblies and religious education are non-denominational in character. Once a week, we hold a PSHE themed assembly where children have the opportunity to reflect and discuss our school values and thought of the week.
While a significant proportion of our religious education is based on the Christian faith, stories and beliefs of the five other key world religions are also important. Children are able to learn about the world religions through an enquiry-based approach to RE which they use to explore and ask questions about a range of artefacts. We aim to help each child develop an understanding, tolerance and respect of the many different faiths and cultures in our society.
We encourage the children to adopt a thoughtful awareness of themselves and their personalities, of the world around them and of their relationships with others. We try to conduct the life and work of the school in a similarly caring way and support this through our Values Education where we focus on an identified value each month and relate this to all aspects of the curriculum and life in school.