Spiritual Education at Kingsway Primary School

Educational visits

During their time at Kingsway Primary School our children go on some amazing educational visits. Our children have been to Warwick  Castle, London for the day, PGL residential, places of worship such as a mosque and the local church, Gloucester Cathedral, Bristol zoo, Cotswold wildlife park, Adam Henson’s farm park, The three counties show, @Bristol, The Roses theatre, John Moore’s Museum and more exciting places!



Our school provides a successful Service Club led by our learning mentors every Tuesday after school. This club is for children across the school who have a parent in the armed forces. The children love the range of collaborative activities each week.


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All of our key stage 2 children at Kingsway Primary have a series of instrument lessons (clarinet) during their time at school led by a specialist teacher.


Guest speakers

Over the last few years, we are lucky enough to have had a Brigadier and a Petty Officer from the armed forces  (who have strong links with our school) lead our Remembrance assemblies.


Celebrating our school’s history!

In 2014, our Year 6 children took part in a Gloucester Schools Partnership award event at Gloucester Cathedral, along with many other local Primary schools. The children worked collaboratively to produce an interactive display and presentation about the timeline of our school. They toured the cathedral in costumes and met 2 members of Gloucester Rugby team who led a ceremony to bury a time capsule with important items from our school’s short history.


The spiritual development of children is their :

  • Ability to be reflective about their own beliefs, religious or otherwise, that inform their perspective on life and their interest in and respect for different people’s faiths, feelings and values

  • Sense of enjoyment and fascination in learning about themselves, others and the world around them


Family learning is an important part of school life at Kingsway Primary School.

This is run by teaching staff and through Adult Education led by our learning mentors every Wednesday afternoon. This includes our parents and their children taking part in all sorts of exciting workshops. Previous parent only workshops (during the school day) include: Cooking on a budget, Four stories tall, Pampering

Maths for Mummy and me- led by a Key stage one teacher and a learning mentor this is a fantastic club where learning is enjoyed in a relaxed atmosphere and achievements are celebrated.