"I have come so you may have life in all its fullness.” John 10:10
What does it mean to be a Church of England school in the 21st Century?
We believe that the care and guidance given to our children is good because of the Christian values that underpin everything that we do.
Our school has a deeply embedded sense of itself as a Church school community. The whole school ethos is founded on our Christian values and we explicitly link our mission statement to our Christian values through our collective worship planning and our approach to teaching and learning. We have longstanding and mutually beneficial links with our local parish churches – St Peter's, Diddlebury, All Saints, Culmington, St Peter's, Stanton Lacey and St Michael's, Munslow.
As a Church school we are profoundly committed to cherishing each child and community member. We are building a community where children and staff grow together with healthy minds, healthy bodies and healthy spirits.
The school serves the parishes of Culmington, Diddlebury, Munslow and Stanton Lacy. The Incumbent of these parishes, Reverend John Beesley, regularly visits the school.
As a Church of England Aided School, Religious Education has a particular consideration within the curriculum. The school is working to the Shropshire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education and teaching is assisted by guidance from the Hereford Diocese.
As part of the Religious Education syllabus taught within the school, the traditions and practices of other faiths, including Christianity, are explored.
Read our RE Policy