The aims of the Religious and Moral Education in our school are as follows:
• To introduce the children to the life of Jesus Christ and to those who have responded to his life and teaching.
• To provide the children with a faith by which to live.
• To develop and enable them to express their own beliefs and values.
• To encourage attitudes of openness and sensitivity towards people whose religious beliefs and customs may be different from their own.
• With other areas of the curriculum, to contribute towards the children’s spiritual, moral, cultural and social development.

We work closely with the Southwark Diocesan Board of Education who provide support and an advisory service to the Head teacher and staff. Our vicar regularly visits the school to lead assemblies and the children visit the church once or twice each term.

All staff encourage and welcome the involvement of parents in the Religious Education of their children and the prayer life of the school. Parents are kept informed of events in a weekly newsletter and are always invited to join us for our celebrations in church.

Collective Worship/Assemblies are held every day in the hall for the whole school, or in Key Stage groups or in classrooms. Time for prayer, reflection and celebration is given in a conductive atmosphere. Assemblies are also time for giving children information and talking about school issues. On occasion, throughout the year our children lead an assembly to which the parents are invited to attend.

Our last RE Inspection was in March 2014 when we were judged as an OUTSTANDING school.
You can download the report below:
St Andrews Stockwell Section 48 Inspection Report

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