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Learning for life in a community that cares.

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Christian Distinctiveness

Weston Hills CofE Primary School
School Vision
‘Learning for Life in a Community that Cares’


Weston Hills is proud to be an inclusive and caring Christian Church school. Through our core values of Faith, Hope and Love we nurture and inspire our whole community to achieve academic, personal and social excellence, regardless of background or ability. We offer a stimulating, ambitious, creative and fun curriculum, enabling children to move on as successful learners, confident in their ability to adapt and grow as God intended.

So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them.’ (Matthew 7:12)


Our core Christian values are FAITH, HOPE and LOVE. ‘Three things will last forever--faith, hope, and love--and the greatest of these is love.’ (1 Corinthians 13:13)

Collective Worship

Unfortunately, due to COVID, we are unable to invite parents/carers into school at this time.


We are proud of our status as a Church School and to belong to the Church of England within our community. Our distinctive Christian vision is at the heart of the school and drives our ambition to nurture all our pupils and help them realise their potential as God intends.

The school day starts with an act of invitational collective worship (whole school or Key Stage based) to which all pupils, staff and any visitors in school are welcomed. In addition we invite parents to join two of our weekly collective worships and have regular opportunities for them to share special celebration times e.g. Harvest, Christmas, Christingle. 

Daily collective worship is invitational and offers staff, children and visitors an opportunity for quiet reflection, stillness, music, prayer and celebration.

Each class has an area of reflection which also offers and encourages moments of quiet reflection or prayer during the day.  Classes also have prayer boxes for the children to use when they choose to.

A three year rolling programme of collective worship has been developed using the Imaginor Roots & Fruits scheme of worship as its basis. This programme builds understanding of our three core values of Faith, Hope and Love through our 6 values per year, Bible stories, visiting speakers, news, events and celebrations.

The school environment has displays of the school values, and we have areas which promote quiet reflection and prayer.

Collective Worship Timetable


SMSC stands for spiritualmoralsocial and cultural. All schools in England must show how well their pupils develop in SMSC and at Weston Hills we use our school values, collective worship, a creative curriculum and our PSHE programme of study to address these areas.


Explore beliefs and experience; respect values; discover oneself and the surrounding world; use imagination and creativity; reflect.


Recognise right and wrong; understand consequences; investigate moral and ethical issues; offer reasoned views.


Use social skills in different contexts; work well with others; resolve conflicts; understand how communities work.


Appreciate cultural influences; participate in culture opportunities; understand, accept, respect and celebrate diversity.


Secrets of Success

We use the eight 'Secrets of Success' across the school as a way of encouraging children to think about how they choose to live their lives, learn to live and work together in a community, and be ambitious for themselves.

We want children to understand that they are not born successful, that everyone has setbacks and failures and the first step to success is choosing. Success is about happiness, choices and feeling good about yourself. Successful people feel good about how hard they have tried, who they are, what they spend their time doing and the choices they have made in their lives.

Children keep a record of their progress and are awarded certificates to recognise when they have demonstrated one of the 8 Secrets of Success.


Here is the link to the first special session – we will be adding to these weekly and they are on YouTube on a particular Playlist on our YouTube Channel called Godly Play for Schools  – here is the link:  
There are also many other Godly Play sessions on another Play List called Godly Play @ SSJBC which you are very welcome to share also, however these were made more specifically for the children who come on a Sunday so will be a little more overt about prayer etc.  Here is the link for reference

School Vision and Values

British Values

Mental Health & Wellbeing Policy

SIAMS Inspection School Report February 2015

Our core Christian School Values are: FAITH, HOPE & LOVE This year we will explore the core values through: Hope, Community, Dignity, Wisdom, Joy and Peace.