Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development in our school...
Within the Federation, we work hard to ensure we are addressing our pupils' Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC) Education in all we do. We have core values which are intrinsic to our school life, we carry out SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) lessons weekly, we have inspirational quotes displayed around the school and in every single lesson we teach we think about SMSC elements.
In addition to our day to day experience we endeavour to offer a wide range of enrichment opportunities to really ensure our pupils have outstanding SMSC provision.
Some of these opportunities we have provided recently include....
- A "Science Dome" in KS1
- Music Therapy in KS2
Whole school 'Festivals around the World parade'
- A trip to London's Polka Theatre to watch Beauty and the Beast
- An extensive range of after school clubs to choose from
- A global partnership with other learners in Tanzania
- Trips to the Science Museum
- Assemblies with on -going themes such as Aspiration, Achievement, Anti-Bullying (inc. cyber bullying), E-Safety, Resilience
- St Luke's's Got Talent
-Year 6 Disco
-Our exciting gardening project
- Start Active every Tuesday morning
-Year 4 Violin and Cello lessons
-Steel Pans Club
- KS2 participated in the Lambeth Music Festival
- Strong links with our local secondary schools for Maths Booster lessons / workshops such as Art and Drama
- Fundraising days - Children in Need
- Whole school presentations -e.g films / raps / poems during Anti Bullying Week
- Visit from MP Chuka Umunna
-Black History in collaboration with Brixton Cultural Archives
Whole school opportunity to watch Sleeping Beauty by Globe Players
- Y5 Writing workshops with visiting Poet - Adissa
- Breakfast Club
On a weekly basis pupils will take part in a phase assembly where we aim to develop a climate or ethos within which all pupils will have the opportunity to reflect on spiritual, moral, social and cultural topics. A range of belief values, principles and spirituality will be explored within these assembly sessions. The integrity and spirituality of faith backgrounds will be respected and explored. The diversity of spiritual traditions will be recognised, and pupils will be given access to alternative views across a range of different themes.
If you would like further information please speak to your child’s Class teacher