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Church of England Academy

Our Church School & Our Christian Values

Our Church School & Our Christian Values

Our Vision

'Life in all its fullness' 

John 10:10

Hope † Encourage † Accept † Respect † Trust

We provide our children with the opportunities to flourish spiritually, academically and as confident individuals. We strive for our school community to be inspired and motivated, through the Christian ethos, to have the knowledge, skills and experiences that enables them to live life in all its fullness. 


We want children and adults to thrive as God intended so that they can flourish mentally, physically, emotionally and spirituality. Jesus gave his disciples a vision of life full of possibilities and dreams yet to be met. We strive for this for our school community.  

Our Christian Values 


Our Christian Values are part of our daily Collective Worship and we focus on one value each half term. This is linked to two key quotes, one from the bible and one from a key person. We unpick these with the children and discuss how these values help us to live a life in all its fullness. 


We encourage children to follow our school Christian Values at all times. A weekly values award recognises children for displaying these throughout their time at school.  

Our SIAMS Inspection report - October 2023

As a Church School we are pleased to have close links with the congregation of The Church in The Levertons. We visit our local churches as often as we can throughout the school year for the events important to the Christian Calendar, and more.


Our assemblies, worship and other activities in Church are supported by Rev Mark Cantrill, as well as members of the local churches and the Open the Book Team from our local churches. 

Collective Worship- Autumn Term 

Our whole school value for the Autumn Term is Respect. 

Autumn Term:

Reverend Mark joined us for our Harvest Festival which was held in church on Friday 6th November 2023.


Each November we visit St Martin's Church on Armistice Day, where we pay our respects to the fallen. We always place a wreath at the Commonwealth War Grave in the churchyard as a sign of thanks. 


At the end of term we celebrate Christingle either in the church or at our school this is led by Reverend Mark. 


Our Harvest Festival - Friday 6th October 2023