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It is our mission to announce the joy of the Gospel by making Christ known today.

 

INTENT/What we aim to do through our RE Curriculum

As a Catholic School, Religious Education lies at the heart of our curriculum.

Religious education in Catholic schools aims to promote:

  • knowledge and understanding of the Catholic faith and life in Christ;
  • knowledge and understanding of the response of faith to questions about human life, its origin and purpose;
  • the skills required to engage in examination of and reflection upon religious belief and practice, including awareness of and respect for the beliefs and practices of other faith groups and religious communities.

 

IMPLEMENTATION/How we teach RE

Our RE Curriculum is defined by the Archdiocese of Birmingham and is entitled 'Learning and Growing as People of God'.

Adaptations are made to the curriculum so that it is accessible to all and so that no child is disadvantaged by Special Educational Needs or Disaibility.

 

IMPACT/Children's Learning

Please click on the images below to see some of the amazing work we have done in RE.

 

Interest Zone

May is the month of Mary.  Why not say the Rosary at home or build an altar to Mary covered in flowers?  If you have a statue of Mary at home, why not make a crown of flowers for her?  This is called 'crowning Mary'.

As the weather is brightening and getting warmer, why not get outside and plant your very own Mary garden?  For ideas, see the link below.

https://www.reallifeathome.com/how-to-start-a-mary-garden-in-7-easy-steps/

 

If you can't quite remember how to pray the Rosary, here is a video to help you.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phYXy3kOK24

 

Why not print out this Scavenger Hunt to do in church?

 

Other ideas for the month of May:

Pope’s Prayer Intention for April: Health Care Workers: We pray for health care workers who serve the sick and the elderly, especially in the poorest countries; may they be adequately supported by governments and local communities.

Parish News: Read the parish newsletter available on the website https://www.ourladyandstanne.org.uk/

 

 

 

 

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