Spratton CE Primary School

'Living and learning together, celebrating life in all its fullness' John 10:10

Faith at Home

Faith At Home resources from the Church of England, seek to support the faith development and pastoral care of children and young people:




It seeks to provide:

  • experiences that inspire parents and families to grow in faith together in the ‘new daily normal’ of the home
  • resources that equip children and young people to explore faith together and feel supported pastorally as part of school and church communities
  • networks that connect school leaders, church leaders and chaplains to share great practice and build community together focused on the faith development of children and young people.


A Brief Introduction to the Christian Faith for Staff Parents and Carers in Peterborough Diocese Schools 

For all staff and parents / carers in our Church of England school communities wanting to know more about the Christian faith, our Chair of the Diocesan Board of Education has recorded 4 x 6 minute talks, introduced here by Archdeacon Richard himself:

‘Is there a God? Who is Jesus? What is a Christian? How can I pray?'

They’re big questions, but we are so busy that we just don’t have the time to think about them. In case it’s useful to you, I have produced four “Six Minute Starters” – audio files, where I simply chat about each of these questions in turn. Why not pour yourself a well-deserved mug of coffee and listen - https://www.peterborough-diocese.org.uk/christian-faith/christian-faith.

Family Services at St Andrew's Spratton


For information on forthcoming services, see the Church website:




Online Worship Resources


The science behind why

This week we're joined by scientist, doctor and broadcaster Professor Robert Winston, who was challenged by students from the Frank Wise School to answer all of the questions they had about science. With questions ranging from thunderstorms to vaccines there's almost nothing he couldn't explain.




This week we're going intergalactic with Libby Jackson, Human Exploration Programme Manager from the UK Space Agency who is talking about life on Mars and more. We're also joined by Ant & Dec who have a very special message from the NSPCC.



Black Lives Matter

The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has a special message for all teachers and pupils. Olympian Dayley Thompson will be showing us how to do a sports challenge at home, and students from Reach Academy are discussing Black Lives Matter with Lavinya Stennett from The Black Curriculum.




This week we're going on a prehistoric adventure with the roarsome team from the Natural History Museum in London. They are going to to be teaching us how to tell a T-Rex from a crocodile and everything in between.




This week we're incredibly excited to be joined by The Duchess of Cambridge, who wants to share the importance of spreading a little kindness for our mental wellbeing. This assembly is based on a lesson plan which is available on the Mentally Healthy Schools Platform. It was developed in collaboration with children’s mental health charity Place2Be and encourages children to explore ways in which they can show kindness, and recognise the benefits of kindness to others. 




This week's assembly is all about Togetherness and supporting each other. We have a speaker from the Holocaust Education Trust, Vera Schaufeld, who came to the UK as a child refugee on the Kindertransport. The issues and subject matter are sensitive, and this assembly has been designed for older pupils.


For the assemblies listed below, click on the link: https://classroom.thenational.academy/assemblies/


After a break over half term we’re back with another assembly, thinking all about movement. We’re joined by Olympic Bronze medallist, three times World Champion and six times European Champion gymnast Beth Tweddle who will be sharing her journey into professional sport. Artist researcher Stacie Lee Bennett-Worth has put together an incredible dance class, designed to get us all feeling great through moving