Philosophy, Religion and Ethics (PRE)
As with all schools in the United Kingdom, at Krishna Avanti we take part in daily acts of collective worship, which, inclusive to all, will balance the major faith traditions with our distinctive ethos and understanding of spiritual worship. Collective worship involves: singing, story telling, drama, pupil presentations, talks from members of the community, (e.g. Hindu priest, Christian Priest etc), prayer and silent reflection.
Children can be withdrawn from these sessions although we strongly encourage everyone to be involved as they are vital learning opportunities to break down barriers between different faiths and belief systems. Please talk with the Headteacher should you wish to discuss this further.
Our Philosophy, Religion and Ethics curriculum gives pupils opportunities to deepen their own spiritual insight, consider the world's major religious beliefs, deepen their knowledge of the distinctive Hindu tradition which inspires the school's ethos and celebrate the common positive values which all faiths share.
Please see the PDF document below for more information on our curriculum, as well as our policy for Collective Worship.
| Philosophy, Religion & Ethics Policy [May 2014]
If you would like withdraw your child, please read the following document and submit the withdrawl form.