As a Church of England School, our faith permeates through every area of school life. We support the Church of England’s Vision for Education, aiming to provide the opportunity for all within our school family to live life in all it’s fullness whilst serving the whole community.
Our school’s ethos is based around our core Christian Values. These are Forgiveness, Friendship, Honesty, Hope, Kindness, Love, Peace, Respect, Compassion and Trust. These are studied and linked to the children’s own lives and experiences through collective worship opportunities. We explore a different value each half term. At the end of each half term, the Visions and Values Crew deliver an assembly explaining the half terms value.
Through our Christian ethos and core values, the school’s mission is to provide each unique child with an enriched education, so they become well-rounded, caring and confident individuals who live life in all its fullness within their communities and God’s world.
Throughout their time at Low Furness, children are given many opportunities to explore their faith and beliefs in the following ways:
At Low Furness, we are very proud of our strong family and wider community links. We operate an ‘open door’ policy with visitors welcomed.
We are part of the Diocese of Carlise which has 104 schools throughout Cumbria from Barrow-in-Furness to Bewcastle and Nicholforest, from St Bees Head to Stainmore.
The Diocese of Carlise offers advice and support on improving academic standards, recruiting headteachers, school buildings, governance and admissions, collective worship, religious education and a school’s Christian ethos.