This week is national interfaith week. Around the country, in all walks of life, there are projects going on to help people appreciate and understand other living faiths in Britain today. This was our part of that, and over the two days over 200 pupils came to join in with the activities during their lunch time.

Mr Shelton, Head of Religious Studies said, “I was really pleased of the success of this event as pupils took their learning from inside the classroom to outside. Pupils knowledge was excellent and they went away with a larger understanding of different world faiths – some of which we don’t study in Religious Studies.

Mrs. Hardwick the Year 7 & 8 Learning Coach remarked,”I thought that it was most enjoyable and it was interesting to see which students were engaging with the activities on display.”