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Christian values

Distinctiveness of Church schools

 

There are three distinct kinds of Church of England school in partnership with local authorities (LAs):

 

  • Voluntary Aided:

The school is owned by the church, a majority of the Governors are appointed by the Church, the teachers are appointed and employed by the governing body, the cost of repairs and capital projects is raised by the governing body with 90% grant from the DfES, religious education and worship are distinctively Anglican, the governing body is the admissions authority;

  • Voluntary Controlled:

The school is owned by the Church, the Church appoints Governors, but there is no Church majority on the governing body, the teachers are employed by the Local Education Authority, the LEA funds repairs and capital projects, religious education follows the local agreed syllabus, the worship is Anglican;

  • Foundation:

The foundation owns the school, the governing body employs the staff and is the admissions authority, the Church appoints a minority of Governors, religious education follows an agreed syllabus and the worship is Anglican.

 

Nyewood CE Junior School is a Voluntary Aided School

 

Collective worship.

 

A daily act of Christian Collective Worship (assembly) is provided for all pupils with participation from all encouraged.

A mixture of senior leaders, local clergy or classes lead an assembly each week. Our children take an active part in our Worship and are encouraged to take leading roles.  Each term there is a Eucharist, led by a member of the local clergy, which is celebrated in school with all Year groups.  On these occasions children play an active part and parents, family, friends and Governors are warmly invited to join us.

 

Within classes there are dedicated ‘Reflection/Prayer areas’ where children can spend time to reflect on their thoughts and feelings whenever they wish. These special areas reflect and support the current values being studied at the time.

We respect the beliefs of our parents who do retain the right to withdraw their children from Collective Worship or Religious Education by written request. Alternative provision for the withdrawn child can be negotiated with the individual's family.

 

Our Church links.

 

Although situated in the parish of St. Wilfrid’s (Bognor), our school catchment area covers three further parishes.  The partnership that we foster between ourselves and these churches, together with the wider community is crucial to our success in developing our school as a Church of England School.

 

We are very proud to work in partnership with:

 

Throughout the year clergy regularly visit the school to hold worship, Eucharist, events and meeting with pupils. Children also get the opportunity to visit and learn about the local churches and parishes through the RE syllabus taught in school. 

 

Further Church links:

 

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