RE with Soul developed through the following partnerships between schools, churches and Companion Links
Blair Peach Primary School, Southall, Middlesex, UK is a community primary school in Southall serving a densely populated area. Blair Peach School aims for academic and creative excellence and to provide an education that will meet the needs of all children. They are committed to working with pupils, parents and the community to provide the best possible education within a happy, caring and stimulating environment.
St George’s C of E Church, Southall, UK is an informal and friendly church, attended by Christians who try to follow Jesus every day of their lives. St George’s church is part of the Church of England, and has an informal style of worship. They have close links with the four other Church of England churches in Southall and together, as ‘The Southall Group’, share the motto: ‘Together with Jesus, transforming people, transforming Southall’. The church community believe in worshipping Jesus in a relevant way, and in being actively involved in our community by sharing Jesus’s love with the people in Southall and the wider world.
ALMA – Diocese of London Companion Link: Lichinga Church, Niassa, Mozambique
Twyford Church of England High School, Ealing, UK is a distinctive Christian community which aims to ‘see that of God’ in every student. They believe that every individual has the capacity to make a positive contribution to the world if they engage intelligently and recognise their God-given gifts. The School’s mission is to create an intellectually vigorous community in which all students give their best at all times and work purposefully and joyfully towards their goal. This is called the 10:10 ethic and the aim is to live by it day by day.
ALMA – Diocese of London Companion Link: Maciene Primary, Secondary and Technical Schools, Xai Xai, Mozambique, is in a rural village, built as part of the mission of the Anglican Church. The schools have been state since Mozambique gained independence. The student population is approximately one thousand five hundred; two shifts are run between a morning school and afternoon school. A governing council oversees the school’s life and mission ; there are strong links between the school, village community and Maciene cathedral.