Gillamoor Church of England Primary SchoolMain Street, Gillamoor, York, North Yorkshire YO62 7HX01751 431 643

HeadteacherMrs Alison Tweddle
Age Range4 to 11
Number of Pupils37
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Religious Education & Shared Worship

Religious Education

Gillamoor School has a Church of England Foundation and its approach to RE reflects its strong links with the Church and its Christian beliefs.The context and scope of the RE Syllabus is locally determined by 'SACRE'.  RE is an essential part of the school's curriculum, in that it contributes to a pupil's overall development. RE is concerned with helping the pupils develop an open, sensitive and reflective approach to understanding the varied religious experiences, practices, values and beliefs and to help them relate these to basic questions of everyday life. Parents retain the right to withdraw a child from RE lessons, in accordance with the North Yorkshire guidelines.   Should any parent wish to withdraw their child, they should inform the Headteacher in writing.  Those children, so withdrawn, will be supervised in another room.

Collective Worship

All pupils participate in a daily act of collective worship. The nature of the act is broadly Christian in character. They are led by the teachers, the vicar, visiting guests and the children themselves. The daily acts of worship are organised for the whole school or class based. They are used to reinforce the school ethos of good behaviour and consideration for others.  Special assemblies recognise good work and special achievements. Throughout the year, special times in the Christian calendar are celebrated. On such occasions, parents are invited to attend, whether at school, or St Aidan's Church in Gillamoor. Parents retain the right to withdraw a child form collective worship. Should they wish to do so, they should contact the Headteacher in writing.

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