We promote the teachings of Christianity through direct teaching and learning during RE lessons, collective acts of worship and through the general ethos of the school. The content of the RE curriculum is based on the Diocese of Guildford guidelines. This is taught over a two year rolling programme, with the exception of Year R, who incorporate an annual programme of study for RE within their EYFS curriculum. Within the two year rolling programme, 80% of RE taught within KS1 and 70% of RE taught within KS2 is on Christianity.
Daily acts of worship are very important in our Church school, however, we recognise the legal right of parents to withdraw their child from their daily worship.
See here for details of our most recent Pause Day.
A SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) inspection takes place every five years. The inspection process sets out to evaluate the distinctiveness and effectiveness of the school as a church school. The inspection outcome grading system is similar to Ofsted: Outstanding, Good, Satisfactory or Inadequate They have a clear emphasis on meeting the needs of all learners. Our last inspection was on 11th November 2016 where were proud to be graded Outstanding in all areas. A copy of the report can be found by clicking here.