Our Church School
Our Kingdom Values
All students take part in acts of collective worship each week, which are held in our school theatre. The themes for this worship are drawn from the gospels and are linked to the Kingdom Values. Students experience a range of different media during collective worship but are always invited to reflect and to pray. Each act of worship is then followed up with an activity led by tutors the following day, which extends the opportunity for reflection.
At the end of each term, the entire school community comes together for a Celebration Worship, mixing readings, prayers, live music and dance with a celebration of everything which has been achieved during the course of the term. At the end of the spring term, all students and staff are also invited to take part in celebrations of the Eucharist in our parish church of St Barnabas.
In addition, the school community comes together for an Act of Remembrance each November and for the school’s Christmas Carol Service.
Spirituality and Worship Policy
Our spirituality and worship policy, which expands on the information provided above, is available under Our Policies
Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS)
As a Church of England School, the work of Bishop Perowne is overseen and regularly inspected by SIAMS. The last inspection took place in July 2018, in which the school was graded as Good overall with Leadership and Management graded as Outstanding. The full SIAMS report can be read here.