Worship.

As a church school we are committed to providing a distinctively Christian, community-focussed education. This distinctive educational approach is offered to the community as a gift and, as a result, as with all church schools in the Diocese of St Albans, we educate students irrespective of their faith. In serving the common good and as a church school, we aim to be a place of hospitality, grace and love, welcoming and serving all.

Assemblies provide an opportunity for us to meet together in community. Our assemblies are guided and framed by our Christian values, however, they are open to and inclusive of all faiths. Whilst they do include a Christian act of Collective Worship, we invite students of other faiths and no faith to join us in a moment of quiet, respectful reflection.

The Diocese of St Albans
and our Local Churches.

As a Church of England School we work closely with the Diocese and with our local parish churches.

Holywell School is in the Diocese of St Albans. The parishes, schools and chaplaincies of the Diocese of St Albans are "Living God’s Love" so that God’s kingdom might grow in our world.

The vision for The Diocese of St Albans is to see:
flourishing, Christ-centred communities,
inspiring people of all ages and backgrounds
to discover God,
grow in their relationship with Him, and
respond to his transforming love through serving others.

In Living God’s Love, the Diocese of St Albans is Going Deeper into God, Transforming Communities and Making New Disciples, with Generosity, Joy, Imagination and Courage.

Our local churches are: The Church of St Peter and Paul, Cranfield and St Mary's Church, Wootton.

The Church of St Peter and St Paul

Cranfield

Rev Hugh Symes-Thompson


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of
St Albans

St Mary’s
Church

Wootton

Rev Peter Ackroyd


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