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Hackleton CEVA Primary School is a Voluntary Aided Primary School and, recognising its historic foundation, the school will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England. 

This includes respecting other faiths and working in partnership with the church in the parish of St John the Baptist, Piddington and at diocesan level.

 The school’s Christian Vision

Jesus said, ‘I have come that you may have life – life in all its fullness’

(John 10, verse 10)

At Hackleton Primary School, our vision is to create a nurturing and inclusive environment that celebrates diversity, empowers every child, and equips them with the resilience needed to thrive in an ever-changing world.  There is a strong committment to providing a high-quality education rooted in Christian values, ensuring that every child feels safe, supported and respected.

Our inclusive and distinctive Christian vision and values are at the heart of our Church School. These values are embedded within everything that we do and help everyone to develop an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, respect, forgiveness, friendship and trust.


Collective Worship

Collective Worship is a daily act of worship that brings the school community together. It is distinctively Christian and promotes the spiritual development of all.

Collective Worship is carefully planned to reflect our school's vision and values; British Values and current society; Biblical stories and texts, and celebrate what is wonderful at our school. Our acts of worship are conducted in a range of ways. Further details of this can be found in our Collective Worship Policy.

Our School Values


‘Stand firm in the faith; be courageous, be strong. Do everything in love.’ (1 Corinthians 16 verses 13-14)


Just as the Lord has forgiven you, so you must also forgive others.’ (Colossians 3, verse 13)


‘Encourage one another and build each other up.’ (Thessalonians 5, verse 11)


‘Do for others just what you want them to do for you.’ (Luke 6, verse 31)


‘My God is my strength in whom I trust.’ (Psalm 18, verse 2)


‘Love God, and love others as you love yourself.’ (Luke 10, verse 27)