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Designed to form community within the new Year 7 cohort, LifeMatters is a religious education curriculum day with an emphasis on team building. It helps students think through four elements of life – themselves, their relationships, the communities they belong to, and the planet. The day takes them through these four areas, expressed purposefully in different learning styles, asking them repeatedly in small groups to discuss what they personally believe matters. They do this through a neutral stimulus initially, then by sitting together and evaluating a Christian worldview on that subject which they are encouraged to pull apart, discuss, and come to their own conclusions about. 


LoveLife uses discussion and group work to enable young people to think through the choices they want to make about relationships. It is delivered by our qualified Relationships and Sex Education instructor and trained volunteers. We have worked with local staff and health-care professionals to devise a programme primarily for Year 10 students but it can be adapted for KS5 also. It uses excellent material that has all been approved by the Department of Education, Sport & Culture (DESC). Sessions cover issues of consent, conflict resolution, STI’s, love languages, different expectations in relationships, and more. The lessons also anonymously survey the young people’s attitudes at the start and end of the course, and this is fed back to the schools in question. LOVELife has advisory group, chaired by an ex-headteacher, and including health professionals and teachers.

Lunchtime Clubs (aka CU groups)

These groups provide a convenient and safe spaces for students (of all faiths and none) where they can come as they are, be seen and valued, whilst engaging in activities which promote wellbeing. They are run by our staff and volunteers from local churches. 

We also offer assemblies to all key stages and RE lessons on request. If you want to find out more or book these for your school please get in touch via the contact page.