Collective Worship

All maintained schools must provide religious education and daily collective worship for all registered students and promote their spiritual, moral and cultural development.

Parents and carers have the right to withdraw from Faith, Philosophy and Thinking (FPT) and collective worship.  In the first instance, consultation with the Headteacher is requested.

At Tanbridge House School we believe that collective worship will be informative and educative.  Any activities, such as assemblies, will have at their heart a moral purpose and emphasise our core values of honesty, integrity and kindness. As a Rights Respecting School, the importance of mutual respect, tolerance, diversity, democracy and the rule of law will be frequently underlined.

Whilst collective worship will be of a broadly Christian character, the importance of all world faiths and different belief systems will be explored and explained.  Any content will serve to uphold the Equalities Act 2010.