(Philippians 4:13 ICB)
Our vision is to provide a safe and caring Christian community rooted in Christ’s love. We believe that happy children achieve, succeed and overcome life’s challenges. We value everyone as a child of God and believe that each one of us has the ability to achieve our highest potential by living and learning in the fullness of God.
At Bishop Rawle C E Primary School we believe that a happy child is an achieving child. We aim to ensure that all pupils strive to achieve and pursue their dreams within a caring, supportive and positive environment. Our vision teaches us as staff, pupils, guardians and community members that through God we can achieve all things. As Christians we believe in life in its fullness, that we are valued and important to God, as he is to us. That through this outlook on life we can follow God to strive to be the best that we can be. This is further demonstrated in our school motto: Going for Gold with God.
Collective Worship and Religious Education are fundamental parts of not just our curriculum, but also our ethos and 'way of life' within Bishop Rawle C.E Primary School. In school, we follow the 'Understanding Christianity' curriculum and provide children with the opportunity to learn about Christianity and also other religions to help them to build a deeper understanding of British society and be part of a global community.
Children come together for Collective Worship and we are blessed to welcome members of our local Church, Parish and community to lead us and share these special experiences with us.
We love working with our wonderful Church (St. Giles the Abbot C.E.), and although we are currently in a short period without a local Vicar (interregnum), we are excited to welcome Rev. Gary into our school family when he commences his important new position at the heart of our Parish.
For find out more about our beautiful Church, please click here.
To learn about the wonderful work of the Diocese of Lichfield, please click here.
The Worship Council aims to allow pupils the chance to take charge of their own faith and worship, both within and outside of school.
Pupil-led, the Worship Council helps to create and run services for the local community as well as our school family.
It is our mission to represent the beliefs held by our school and express them in a respectful, thoughtful and engaging manner; showing that through our worship we are 'Going for gold with God'.
Red class: Megan & Elliot
Orange class: Ella & Dominic
Yellow class: Eleanor & Connie
Green class: Nell & Archie W.
Indigo class: Olivia & Freddy
Violet class: Megan & Daria
Our visit the New Life Church where we met Pastor Scott and enjoyed a different type of Christian experience.