Newton Tony School is a church school with core Christian values at its heart. You are welcome to read our latest SIAS report 2016. We welcome other faiths and denominations into our school.
The school holds a collective Act of Worship each day. Once a week, the pupils visit, St. Andrew’s Church for a service taken by the Bourne Valley Team. Attendance at Collective Worship is voluntary and parents can withdraw their children if they wish.
Perhaps the best recommendation of the inclusiveness of our school should come from the children:
“ When asked how he thought a child from a different cultural and religious background would react to the provision at Newton Tony a KS2 boy explained: ‘No one cares where you come from. No-one’s offensive. There is no racism here.’ A second child added, with great insight and understanding, that she felt a ‘strong Hindu’ would ‘appreciate the strong Christian ethos’ of the school.”SIAS REPORT 2011
St Andrew’s Church, Newton Tony
Our church and school are in the Bourne Valley Team – a ribbon of 6 parishes from Cholderton to the edge of Ford. This is part of the Deanery of Alderbury and in the Diocese of Salisbury. Our school and church work closely together and we enjoy a close relationship. Our school is really important to the church and we take our responsibilities for finding foundation governors, supporting the school and all its members seriously. The Team of churches in the Bourne Valley supports families and young people in many ways, should you want to find out more please contact Peter – details below:
Team Vicar: Rev’d Ostli-East
The Vicarage, Winterbourne Earls, Salisbury, Wilts SP4 6HA