We have a vision statement that refers explicitly to our commitment to Christian beliefs and values. I explain to all parents when they enrol their children that we are a church school and that our ethos is underpinned by Christian beliefs and values. Our collective worship provides opportunities for pupils to share what is meaningful and significant to them as well as giving time for reflection and celebration. We respond to the "darker side of life", such as natural disaster and human tragedy through prayer, calling upon our faith to give strength and hope for the future. We have a close connection with the All Hallows Church community and enjoy its support and encouragement. The vicar regularly leads collective worship in school and church workshops are held at the school. We go as a whole school to worship in church at Christmas, Easter and for our Y6 Leavers service.
As part of our Harvest celebration we write letters to the elderly folk in the community and deliver gifts to them – the whole school takes part. We make reference to spiritual and moral aspects of pupils learning across the curriculum whenever the opportunity presents itself. We enrich the children‟s social, moral, spiritual and cultural development through regularly engaging in projects such as Operation Christmas Child and Comic Relief to develop the children‟s awareness of the needs of those in other contexts and cultures. We also support other charities such as Wateraid and Barnado's.