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What is Spirituality?

Spirituality concerns a person's relationship with themselves, with others, with nature and the environment and a sense of what lies beyond the physical/material world.



At Lulworth and Winfrith CE Primary School we believe that there are opportunities for enhancing the spiritual well-being of learners in every aspect of school life.

Windows, Mirrors and Doors






Windows:  Giving children opportunities to become aware of the world in new ways; to wonder about life's WOWS (things that amaze us) and OWS (things that bring us up short).  Giving the children the opportunity to encounter the world and experience it in new ways.

Mirrors: Giving children opportunities to reflect on their experiences; to think about life's big questions and explore answers to these; to explore their own insights and perspectives and those of others.

Doors: Giving children opportunities to respond to all of this and to put into action what they believe and value.

Our children regularly watch Newsround and Espresso News and this gives them an insight into what is happening nationally and globally.  At KS2 the children enjoy a weekly Picture News worship when they reflect on current affairs and the impact they can make in the way they act.

Our pupils reflect on what matters to them  and explore how they can act upon what they care about and live out their values.

Piam Brown Ward Fundraiser

When one of our pupils was treated for leukeamia on the Piam Brown ward at Southampton Hospital the children and staff were keen to support other families going through a similar experience.  Everyone worked together to organise a sports afternoon to raise funds and an amazing £3030 was raised.  The whole school and local community worked together to support this great cause.

Kindness Walk

During lockdown the children started to think about loneliness and how people might be feeling at this time when they could not see family and friends.  They thought about how they could reach out to members of the local community.  They planned a kindness walk with messages to be found and this was much appreciated by all walking in the village trail.


Bible Society

Our pupils love the visits from the local Open the Book team and the School Council were keen to raise funds so that children overseas could also participate in Open the Book worship.

The School Council organised a sale to raise money to support the Bible Society in bringing Open the Book to as many children as possible.  Over £160 pounds was raised and our friends at four local churches pledged to double the amount raised.  What a fantastic effort and great teamwork from all involved!


 'Dip a Day' for Surfers Against Sewage

 A recent Picture News worship inspired one of our teachers to fundraise for Surfers Against.  After learning about the issues with sewage in some of our water Mr Wright felt he would raise awareness and funds by doing a 'Dip a Day' for the month of October.  He ended the month with a dip in a wheelie bin much to the delight of everyone - well done Mr Wright! 


Save our Planet!

This week some children in Bindon Class became concerned about the effects of global warming after a Picture News worship about this issue.  They quickly formed a team to think about what we can do about this and have already written a long list with advice on how we can help!

They are going to bring this matter to the School Council and we look forward on seeing how they move forward with this project in the new year.

Year 4 Tree Planting

 The children in Year 4 have been thinking about how they can improve the school environment and have been working hard to make the school grounds at Lulworth a place that everyone can enjoy spending time.  They worked alongside the Trees for Dorset team to plant trees and look forward watching these grow over the coming years.