The school provides Religious Education in accordance with the NI Curriculum. Collective worship is usually conducted three mornings per week, where visiting ministers/pastors participate in some of the school's assemblies. These assemblies reflect the school's Christian ethos. During the current pandemic, assemblies are conducted within the children’s class bubbles, occasionally on-line
The school welcomes all pupils irrespective of belief and parents who wish, may withdraw their child from any aspect of religious education or worship.
The school encourages an outward and global responsibility in both pupils and staff. A regular charity collection is taken up each Thursday, or can be paid once a month on-line through Parent Mail. Some of our supported charities include:-
- Poppy appeal
- Alzheimer Society NI
- Sponsorship of two children in Ethiopia through Stand By Me
- Save the Children