Spiritual, moral, social, vocational and cultural education (SMSVC) is an outstanding feature of life at Christ the King.
SMSVC is a central aspect for our school as 'through faith and education we seek to achieve fullness of life' for all members of our community and the world in which we live, as God's people. In order to build God's Kingdom, we must have a strong awareness and understanding of ourselves and others.
Children are provided with a wealth of opportunities to develop spiritually through inspiring child led prayer services, outstanding collective worship, use of high quality prayer resources and thought provoking lessons. From a moral perspective, the children are encouraged to approach problems and decisions focused on 'What Jesus would do?'
Lots of opportunities are provided for pupils to socialise with others from different socioeconomic, ethnic and other religious groups so that children develop a respect for all people as children of God.
Students' vocational development is catered for by dedicated Mission weeks as a time to reflect on our call to serve others; this encompasses all that we do here at Christ the King.
Children's cultural development is enhanced by our Topic work in which we study national and international topics; engaging with the cultures of people who live there.