Our school is a community of learners from different cultural and social backgrounds with a wide range of beliefs. Our curriculum of personal development is based on respect for self and for everyone else. Time for Reflection is a statutory provision within Curriculum for Excellence that:
– provides opportunities for the school community to express and celebrate
– gives the school community time to reflect upon a variety of traditions and
viewpoints as well as other stimuli such as literature, art and music
– provides opportunities for the community to reflect upon values, beliefs,
commitments and hopes
– which are implicit in being human
We sometimes work in partnership with visitors to help our children learn about the real-life experiences of people whose lives may be very different to their own. This can provide an experience for children to find out about a wide range of views religious and otherwise. We provide Time for Reflection through our Friday morning assemblies six times a year. Parents can withdraw their children from participation in Time for Reflection. If you wish to do so, please contact the school.