Religious Education is a fostering of each child’s relationship with God and their neighbour. This begins at Baptism and is continued at home as well as at Church and School.
The school delivers religious education through the composite units which are updated termly within the liturgical cycle. These planned units of work are age appropriate and empower pupils to develop their knowledge and understanding to be religiously literate. These units are also linked succinctly to the Religious Education Curriculum Directory and the Agreed Understanding in the Levels of Attainment across the phases. Links are made with the children’s own experience and the universal experience. Children are also encouraged to explore links with other faiths and traditions. There is a programme of visits to places of worship for junior children. Scripture plays an important part in the Religious Education programme and connections are made between the readings and the children’s everyday lives.