Schools & Academies
In Nottinghamshire we have some 71 Church schools and academies; 64 in the primary phase and 7 in the secondary phase.
List of our Schools and Academies
The Board of Education oversees these schools on behalf of the Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham.
Guided by the Diocesan Vision: Joining together in the transforming mission of God, we aim to provide to schools which are;
- Distinctive: having a Christian ethos based on living worship and creating a sense of belonging with a curriculum framework offering opportunities for God and faith to be discussed openly.
- Inclusive: serving local communities by being open to children of all backgrounds, irrespective ethnicity, faith or family situation; nurturing those of the Christian faith and welcoming those of other faiths and none.
- Effective: seeking justice by working to ensure an excellent education for all pupils
- Rooted: in Christian values and the rich faith background of the Church of England, enabling pupils to flourish as human beings and grow as disciples
To access the Diocesan Board of Education Vision Leaflet please click here.
To access the leaflet “Building an effective relationship between a clergy person and a head teacher of a church school” please click here.
Small schools – Planning for the Future
Recognising the particular challenges facing small schools at this time in terms of viability and sustainability, the National Church of England Education Office has produced a new planning resource for small governing bodies and headteachers.
For the toolkit please click here.
For the supporting document please click here.
Church School Leaders Conference 2017
Date for your Diary – Wednesday 22 November 2017
More information to follow
Church of England Education Office
Christian Values 4 Schools
Department for Education
Teaching as a Christian Vocation (Transforming Lives)
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
Nottinghamshire County Council
Nottingham City Council
A guide to safe internet use – for children, teens, parents and teachers
Religious Education Council – Celebrating RE
Church School of the Future Review