• "I really like the way children are taught to look after each other"
    – Parent
  • God is love
    1 John 4:8
  • "Classroom issues are dealt with immediately. The children and parents really trust the teachers and leaders here"
    – Parent
  • “I am with you every step you take. I will never leave you.” - God
    Joshua 1:9
  • "It is really difficult to say how the school needs to improve"
    – Parent
  • “Let the children come to me – the kingdom of God belongs to them.” – Jesus
    Mark 10:14
  • "Our school lighthouses encourage us to make the right choices"
    – Child
  • With God, all things are possible.
    Mark 10:27
  • "Teaching is outstanding over time and is never less than good"
    – Ofsted
  • He will cover you with his feathers and his faithfulness will be your shield.
    Psalm 91:4
  • "Pupils’ behaviour around the school and in lessons is exemplary"
    – Ofsted
  • Your loving father knows what you need…so do not worry about anything.
    Matthew 5:25
  • "Parents strongly feel that the leadership and management involve them in the life of the school"
    – Ofsted
  • Do to others as you would have them do to you
    Luke 6:31
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Collective Worship

Collective worship is an important part of every school day and is either led by a member of staff or an invited visitor. It is largely Christian in focus, but we ensure it is as inclusive for all of our pupils. 

At Harvest, Christmas and Easter we hold special services for families at either St James' Church in Mangotsfield or in the school hall. At different times of the year, our children are asked to sing on Sundays at St James' Church. Reverend Teresa also leads collective worship once per term in school. 

Collective worship is linked to our school Lighthouse Values (different ones per term which each have distinctly Christian value attached to them), our PSHE curriculum and British Values. 

At the end of each term, we hold our much anticipated 'Cup Assembly'. This is an opportunity for us to celebrate individual members of our school community who have been noticed by their teachers. 

Our four cups are: 

The Lighthouse Cup - awarded to pupils who have exemplified our Lighthouse Values

The Bignall Cup - awarded to pupils who have shown consistently well mannered behaviour

The Governor Cup - awarded to pupils for significant and sustained academic progress

The KS1/2 Achievement Cup - awarded to pupils for a one off achievement