RE and Worship
St St James', RE and Worship form an integral part of daily life. The school celebrate the diverse community through learning about and learning from a variety of Religions including Holy Days and Festivals.
Our Vision Statement
Guided by our Christian Values we endeavour to inspire, cherish and serve our school community. We strive to be exceptional in all we do. We will nurture a love of all God’s children. We seek to build respect for all faiths and beliefs.
‘Serve one another in love’
Our Mission Statement
"Together we value, inspire and develop each other within a happy, safe community based on Christian values and respect for other faiths."
‘Show respect to everyone’
(Peter 1 2.17)
Please click on the documents below to read our Worship Policy and RE policies. For more information on worship themes, the school value focus for the week and religious festivals celebrated in school, please see the Whole School Curriculum Overview.
Section 48: National Society Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) Report
The school was judged to be 'EXCELLENT' because:
- The school’s Christian vision is carefully and biblically rooted in the Christian message. It is understood, valued and demonstrated by all members of this welcoming and harmonious community.
- Leadership at all levels is exceptional. It focuses on identifying each individual’s unique potential as a child of God. As a consequence, all are nurtured for emotional resilience, academic success and professional fulfilment. The inspiring headteacher receives excellent support from dedicated governors and talented colleagues.
- Relationships based on the Christian vision and the core Christian values of love, respect and courage are a tangible strength of the school and recognisable in all interactions.
- Inclusion is excellent. Adults are creative and caring in the way that they support individuals so that they flourish in a manner that is life changing for some and life enhancing for all.