Welcome to Religious Education at Warmingham School.
In our most recent SIAMS (2015) inspection we were given a rating of outstanding for RE, which we are all very proud of.
R.E. is a very important part of the life of Warmingham School. Although it is taught in lessons, we also strive to ensure that Christian values are evident throughout the school. R.E lessons often start with a question as not all children believe or have the same faith. This provides all children the opportunity to enjoy questioning and discussion. The children also learn about Judaism, Hinduism and Islam.
We work closely with our vicar Rev. Phillip Goggin who joins us for collective worship and leads the services at our lovely church St Leonards. The church community also puts on interactive workshops through Saturday Church for the children to experience. We also have strong links with St Michaels and All Angels church in Middlewich and we always look forward to Jeremy Cole joining us in worship.
Our collective worships are a very important part of our school life and we follow the church calendar to lead our worships. Additionally, every Friday we acknowledge and reward the children for achievements both in and out of school, promoting the ethos of the school that all children are valued and learning is celebrated. We also encourage our working groups, Eco Council, School Council, Sports Captains, Play Leaders, Digital Leaders and Librarians to prepare and lead our Collective Worships so that they have ownership and a real feeling of value. Parents, family and friends are very welcome to attend these gatherings.