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Being A Church School

Being a Church School is an important part of who we are at Astley. It is the starting point of every aspect of school life, as we work at loving one another, nurturing gifts and being generous and compassionate people.

Our learning, right across the curriculum, is designed to develop every aspect of the child, including the intellectual, emotional, creative, physical and spiritual. R.E. lessons give our children a vital experience of world religions, alongside developing a sound understanding of Christianity, so that each can form their own views about the world and how they connect to it.

Daily Collective Worship is an important part of our school day and we enjoy celebrating achievements, sharing learning from our classes, welcoming visitors and reflecting on aspects of the Christian faith.

We visit St. Peter's Church, Astley several times a year for church services, including Harvest, Christmas and Easter, and enjoy meeting Reverend Mark at church and in school.

We are proud that Astley School has been judged as Outstanding in the last two Church inspections. Our latest report is here.

Our Collective Worship, Religious Education and Sprituality policies can be found here:

Collective Worship

Religious Education