Pastoral care

At Baslow St Anne’s School, we understand the importance of our children’s moral and spiritual well-being. We want our children to become responsible members of an inclusive society, whatever their faith or cultural background.

 

Religious ethos

 

Baslow St Anne’s has been judged to be an ‘outstanding’ church school with Christian values that underpin our children’s moral and spiritual guidance, but we are also an inclusive school that welcomes and celebrates other faiths and religions. Diversity in all its forms is celebrated and children are well prepared to become responsible citizens. The curriculum encourages children to reflect and develop spiritually.

 

Young people face many challenges as they grow up, and we recognise our responsibility to prepare all our pupils to play a confident, positive and valuable role in modern British society. With this in mind, there are some fundamental principles which we consider to be at the heart of a strong community, and we teach and discuss these principles with the children, and model them in our actions.

 

Through everything we do, we promote cooperation, tolerance and respect. Democracy is both taught and practised, with frequent votes and a very active school council, and we strive for truthfulness and fairness at all times.

 

Collective worship

 

Collective worship takes place every day during the school day and it is carefully planned to reinforce Christian values for living and is an opportunity where the whole school can gather and worship together.

 

We work in close partnership with the local church, St Anne’s Church in Baslow, as well as the local community, and we are committed to the development and education of the whole child, truly valuing each child’s unique contribution to the school.

 

The school holds a number of special services in St Anne’s Church in Baslow to which parents and the wider community are welcome.

 

 

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