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Christian in Curriculum

Throughout the school, great emphasis is placed on the Bible as the Word of God. Each week spiritual principles are taught through stories and theme teaching and time is given to worshipping and praying together. As pupils get older, we encourage them to think through the implications of their faith and to see how it affects the world around them.

Everyone at The King’s School is fully committed to:

  • Providing a safe learning environment where children are secure in the relationships around them (adult and peer) to enable them to discover their strengths, explore personal potential and make the most of their time at the school
  • Providing good quality teaching throughout a well-rounded curriculum that places God at the centre
  • Pastoral care that nurtures and supports spiritual, physical and emotional health and wellbeing
  • Promoting character traits that foster self-confidence, enthusiasm, perseverance, tolerance, integrity and self-control
  • Developing good learning habits and independent study skills in order to make the most of their talents and fulfil academic potential
  • Praying for the school community

The school’s most recent inspection report commented

“The curriculum is broad and given coherence by the Christian worldview, shared by the teachers, that pervades all subjects… ”

excerpts from Bridge Schools Inspectorate report 2015