Religious education is taught in accordance with the Warwickshire Agreed Syllabus using modern thinking and following the guidance of the Local Education Authority.
Through a wide exploration of religious beliefs and practices we hope the children will gain a deepening insight into other religions as well as their own.
Our aim is for Christian principles and ethos to be at the heart of every aspect of school life. Worship centres upon daily assemblies in the school hall usually taken by members of the school staff. The Rector, other clergy and visitors of appropriate interest also speak to the children on occasions and we maintain very close links and a strong working relationship with our parish church St. Peter and St. Clare.
A highlight of most weeks is the Friday morning assembly when a single class takes the opportunity to present something they feel appropriate and meaningful to them, to the whole school and parents. This is also our attainment assembly.
We also have a proactive worship group. Our worship group are responsible for leading assemblies every Wednesday on a values led theme and comprise two children from each class and are led by Kate Distin the children's work co-ordinator from the Fosse Deanery.
At a few special times each year there is a service in the parish church to which parents are invited.
Children may be withdrawn from daily acts of worship and R.E. lessons if parents request this in writing.