Church & Community
As a church school, we are proud of our Christian ethos. We regularly visit our local church and Paul our vicar comes into school every week to lead one of our Worship sessions. Information about the church can be found at
We are proud of the links that we have built with the local community as well as the wider Shropshire community. This page will list events in the local area and wider afield. Please click on the file to find more details.
We are keen to support our local and national community in practical ways. Locally, our harvest worship activity collects tins and packets to make food hampers for members of the local community who live alone as well as Shrewsbury Ark. These are taken out by our Year 6 children. In October we support the Village Hall's Macmillan Coffee morning and in December we have a Christmas Jumper Day to support Save the Children. We hold our annual Act of Remembrance outside on 11th November and support the church in it's Remembrance Sunday worship. In February, we support the NSPCC by joining in the national 'Number Day' event.
During the summer term, we participate in the Wildlife Trust's 30 'Acts of Wildness' to raise awareness of the importance of the environment. This follows our RSPB 'Big Garden Birdwatch' in the Spring. To enhance our local environment a number of children engage in 'litter picks' along the roadside.
A number of our children engage in activities with Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Rainbows and Brownies. Together, school and these organisations encourage the children to build courageous advocacy.
We also support the Shrewsbury Food Hub and have installed a collection bin for anyone to drop food items in at any time.
On the wall outside the school, we have recently had an AED installed in partnership with the Henry Angell-James Trust. This is available for anyone who may be experiencing cardiac problems whilst out walking or cycling on the hill.