Our Christian Vision
We work together and share the best of ourselves to help everyone around us flourish in every way to become life-long learners. Through the miracle of Jesus feeding the 5000, we trust that sharing all we have will provide for all through the power of God’s love.
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. These values are Respect, Truth, Compassion and Friendship. The pupils learn to link these values to the parables of Jesus.
Helping Children and Young People to Reflect and Pray
Prayer spaces enable children and young people, of all faiths and none, to explore life’s questions, spirituality and faith in a safe, creative and interactive way.
Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand
Our school community use the miracle that Jesus performed through God’s power, to help them remember to share all we have with others. Watch members of our Lighting the Candle group read this miracle.
Trust Christian Vision
Sturry CE Primary School is part of The Stour Academy Trust which has a clear Christian Vision for its church schools.
God’s children together on a journey to excellence creating equal opportunities for all.
“For the body is not one member, but many.” – 1 Corinthians 12:14.
Under the Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools, our school was inspected on the 19th June 2015 and found to be Outstanding.
St Nicholas’ Church
Our local Church is St Nicholas’ Church in Sturry. We visit frequently and you will often find Revd. Hannah Thomson delivering our collective worship!
Click on the following link to find out more information about Churches in the villages of Sturry, Westbere, Hersden, Fordwich and Broad Oak.
At Sturry, we follow the schemes of work for Church schools in the Diocese of Canterbury. You can find an overview of the scheme of work for all years below.
At Sturry we celebrate our Christian faith with acts of worship on a daily basis.
Each day our pupils lead Collective Worship by lighting the candle and saying a prayer
Global Neighbours – an exciting school accreditation scheme run by Christian Aid.
We want to encourage a deeper understanding of global injustice and the Christian response to it in our primary school. The accreditation scheme will be verified by the Church of England Education Office and will consist of three levels- bronze, silver and gold.