Being a Church School
Through inspiration, faith and love we learn, grow and succeed.
Our church school status is a key characteristic of our school. We have strong links with the Oxford Diocese education service and benefit from their courses and conferences. We have our own Diocesan adviser, who visits the school regularly to support our work in developing our church school ethos.
We also have strong links with St Marys Church in Twyford. We enjoy visiting St Marys for special services throughout the school year.
We achieved an "Outstanding" report following our Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools which took place in March 2016 and March 2018.
This logo represents all the Wokingham Church Schools and symbolises our commitment to serve our schools. The other smaller words around the cross are our Christian values of love, charity, reconciliation, hope, joy and forgiveness.
Our links with the community and those between home and school are important to us and this was noted during our Ofsted report which said; "The school places a very high priority on the welfare and well-being of pupils and it is a school where the views of pupils are valued. The strong links that the school has established with parents, the community and increasingly with other schools add another dimension to pupils' educational experiences."
Above all, we wish the time that our children spend with us to be both happy and relevant to their future needs. We see our role as an important one in providing the best possible start to the children's school education in preparation for the rest of their lives. Although we are a church school we welcome all families from all backgrounds and we are here to serve the whole community.
To find out more about the Oxford Diocese, please go to www.oxford.anglican.org and Schools - Diocese of Oxford
To find out more about St Marys C of E church in Twyford please visit St Marys Church
Here are some of our recent assemblies below:
Advent with the Church Team
Let Your Light Shine by Ele and Lizzy from St. Mary's Church