The Education Act 1996 requires the provision of a broadly-based curriculum which:
‘promotes the spiritual, moral cultural, mental and physical development of pupils’; and ‘prepares such pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life’.
In our Academy, Collective Worship is seen as an educational activity which forms part of a structured and coherent curriculum linked to other subjects especially RE and PSHE. It will be of a broadly Christian character, though non-denominational, and take into account the pupils’ needs, ages, aptitudes and faith backgrounds. It will also reflect notable dates and events within the year.
A termly outline programme of assemblies is included.
“My child really enjoyed this Play and Stay and so did I as a parent. Nothing to improve – really pleased!”
Yr R Parent
Thanks for inviting me to do a story session with your school. I found the whole experience very rewarding as both children, and teachers were open to engage with me, and participated in listening to the stories, dressing up, singing and dancing.
Genny Jones (Confidence Queen)
“The behaviour of the Year 5 children was a credit to the school when we were out on the road.”
Mick Jeffries, Invicta Cycle Training
At the end of every lesson I know a bit more than before.
Year 6 pupil
I can’t wait to come back and work with the children and staff in the future. During every session the children were exceptional and a real credit to the school.
Chris Cook, Olympic Swimmer
I am very impressed with the wonderful work being undertaken at Molehill.