A warm welcome to our RE department.
“Education without values, as useful as it is, seems rather to make man a more clever devil.” C.S.Lewis
As a Catholic School, RE lies at the heart of our school community. All we do in our department is in line with the School’s mission and aims towards a holistic development of our students. Our department is also responsible for the liturgical life of the school and the School Chaplain supports the department in this work. Once again, all students are encouraged to be involved in the different acts of worship that are offered. These include daily acts of worship, form group prayers, a weekly mass and whole school masses and services based on the Church’s liturgical Year.
The RE department prides itself on the professionalism and dedication of five full time members of staff, who deliver the full RE curriculum and a school chaplain.
At Key Stage 3, RE is taught to all students. Our RE Key Stage 3 modules fulfil all the requirements of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales Curriculum Directory. We follow a structured syllabus: The Way, The Truth and the Life.’ In addition to this, each year pupils will one study one world religion. Independently and collaboratively, students have the opportunity to study the above curriculum in four cycles with six term blocks. Students are regularly assessed at the end of each module, as well as end of year exams.
KEY STAGE 3 LINKS.
Click here to see Year 7 overview.
Click here to see Year 8 overview.
Click here to see Year 9 overview.
Click here to see the Year 9 and 10 Sacraments PowerPoint
Last updated 21/07/2017
Mrs M Weston (Curriculum Lead) - email@example.com
Mrs P Loughnane (2nd in Department) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr S Angafor (Teacher) - email@example.com
Mr W Grady (Teacher) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr S Locke (Teacher) - email@example.com
Mrs J Byrne (School Chaplain) - firstname.lastname@example.org