Spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our pupils is actively promoted within and beyond the curriculum. Children learn to respect others with different beliefs, faiths or cultural background and have opportunities to share and develop ideas about their own belief system and values through assemblies, and through the curriculum, particularly through Religious Education and Personal, Social, Health. The School prides itself on its inclusive ethos. Children are encouraged to approach their learning with a sense of curiosity, imagination and responsibility, reflecting on their experiences and showing interest in the world around them.
Assemblies are planned throughout the week which involve often the whole school meeting together and an opportunity for children to reflect on spiritual, moral, social or cultural issues presented through stories, music, poetry, drama etc. Achievement assembly on a Friday is a special end to the week. These assemblies celebrate the contribution individuals have made to the School and wider community.