"The distinctiveness and effectiveness of Sturry Church of England Primary School as a Church of England school are outstanding."
This was the finding under the Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools. Our school was inspected on the 19th June 2015.
To view our RE Scheme of work click here.
Click on the following link to find out more information about Churches in and surrounding Sturry. www.sturrychurch.org.uk
We had a beautiful Easter church service in April. Many thanks to the Rector and our parents who helped to supervise our children. Have a look at the beautiful flowers in the church from their recent flower festival!
Click here for information about the latest Messy Church meeting!
Although there are many Christian Values, we have chosen four which we have placed a strong emphasis on to help create and sustain the Christian ethos of our school.
Children who are shown keeping to our Christian values will be rewarded with ones of our Christian value stickers.
At Sturry we celebrate our Christian faith with acts of worship on a daily basis. Below is a timetable of our collective worship.
View our Collective Worship Policy here.
|Monday||Whole school worship - main hall||Led by Mrs Acors who will introduce the weekly theme.|
|Tuesday||Whole school worship - main hall||
Led by Lise Jennings (Canterbury Christian Schools Trust), Graham Nunn (Diocesan Childrens Missioner for Canterbury) and Mrs Acors building on the themes of the week.
|Wednesday||Hymn Practise KS1/KS2||Led by Mr Ovenden, focusing on songs for worship|
|Thursday||Whole school worship - main hall||Led by Rector Peter Cornish or Peter Freeman|
|Friday||Class-Led Collective worship/SEAL theme||
All classes take a turn leading the worship, parents of the lead class are invited to join us each week.
Our Buddies have been trained by Mrs Howell, our Nurture Assistant. This training involved the children learning how to model their school christian values and how to be a good example and encourage others to do the right thing. The buddies have explored what it means to have empathy and compassion to be able to help others in our school. They have learnt how to make good and wise decisions when they deal with problems that the children they are helping have at school.