Church There have always been strong links between Tibberton All Saints Church and the school, from when the school was first founded by the Church in the early 19th century to the present day. The whole school is a frequent visitor to the Church several times a year for collective worship where we are joined by members of our community. The links forged long ago continue with the Foundation Governors appointed by the Diocese, the monthly school worship taken by one of the clergy, the various school services held in the church and also by the school using both the building and the clergy as a resource for R.E. and other subjects. The Christian faith contributes an important part to the ethos of the whole school, as we try together to develop each child’s character and potential. The school encourages consideration for others and a family atmosphere. In 2022, the PTA and School Council joined together to create the new Spiritual Garden at school as a community project over the summer term and subsequent holidays. This new area is a space that can be used by pupils and staff to reflect with their friends and colleagues at various times of the day. It includes biblical references including a sensory garden, components of the four elements and outdoor seating. It is also used for outdoor worship when weather allows. The area was dedicated and blessed by the Bishop of Shrewsbury and has proven a popular addition to the school setting.