The building of friendships and learning how to work and play with others is fundamental to our shared Church School vision. Through our strong Christian ethos, we recognise the importance of supportive relationships at all levels to strengthen resilience and wellbeing, giving our school community the confidence and self-belief to thrive. Combined with inspirational teaching and experiences, we empower each child with an enthusiasm for learning and self-improvement, enabling them to achieve not only their full academic potential, but their own ambitions. Leading by example, we promote a positive, can-do attitude and regard for the environment. Our Christian values and teaching foster a culture of fairness, dignity and respect for others as well as an understanding of faith.
Please click here for a 'child-friendly' version of the statement, adapted by our School Council.
Please find below our twelve Christian Values.
At High Littleton Church of England Primary School, there is a daily act of worship (Collective Worship). Worship is broadly Christian in character and comprises of a hymn, a prayer or a period of reflection, and a Bible (or other relevant) story, or some other focus which serves to illustrate a facet of the values we are trying to promote. These acts of worship are led by either the Headteacher, a member of staff, the children or Rev. Adam Pitt.
Throughout the year, we have services at Holy Trinity Church, including Harvest, Christmas and Easter.
Our Collective Worship time table is as follows:
Monday: Collective Worship (whole school)
Tuesday: Collective Worship (whole school)
Wednesday: Collective Worship (whole school)
Thursday: Collective Worship (whole school) led by Rev. Adam Pitt
Friday: Whole School Celebration Assembly
At High Littleton Church of England Primary School, the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of the child is recognised as being of fundamental importance for the education of all children by governors, staff and parents and contributes significantly to our approach to learning. It is taught through all subjects of the curriculum in particular Religious Education, Collective Worship, PSHE and the Arts. It supports all areas of learning and can contribute to the child’s motivation to learn.