Spirituality Statement

Spirituality Statement for our schools

It is very difficult to put into words what ‘spirituality’ actually is, because it is a very personal experience.  It can differ from person to person, and often spirituality changes within people during their lifetime.  Spirituality is not the same as having a religion or faith; a person can be spiritual without having a particular faith.

As a school, we believe that: “Spirituality is not something we can see; it is something we feel inside.  It is about inspiration; reflection; awe and wonder; asking thoughtful questions and being aware of something ‘bigger’ than ourselves.”


Stay home – Protect the NHS – Save lives

During lockdown, we are only open to the children of critical workers and those who are vulnerable. Note: We are open for preschool children. Please only use these services if absolutely necessary. If at all possible, children should be safe at home.