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The outcome of excellent religious education is religiously literate and engaged young people who have the knowledge, understanding and skills – appropriate to their age and capacity – to reflect spiritually, and think ethically and theologically, and who are aware of the demands of religious commitment in everyday life. (Religious Education Curriculum Directory for Catholic Schools 2012)

RE - National Curriculum

RE at St. Bridget's

The following strategies and aims underpin the effective delivery of religious education at St.Bridget's.

  •  Religious education will be taught discretely and developmentally. It will include engaging and comprehensive content to deepen knowledge and understanding of the Catholic faith, of key theological ideas and their application to life and culture.
  •  Ample opportunities will be offered for children to apply and use their knowledge and skills in cross-curricular studies to deepen their understanding of religious truths and think creatively.
  • Engagement with their own and others’ beliefs and values will help to develop good attitudes and dispositions so that children are instilled with a love of learning and a desire to go on learning.
  • Pupils’ awareness of the faith and traditions of other religious communities will encourage respect and understanding.
  •  Engagement with difficult questions of meaning and purpose which everyone has to face will enable them to think critically about their own questions of meaning and purpose.
  •  Offer the children a sense of self worth through their experience of belonging to a caring community and an awareness of the demands of religious commitment in everyday life.
  • All policies can be found in Our Faith Section

Curriculum Links

There are other cross curricular links eg RSE and PSHE.This is interwoven through our weekly teaching and the realtionships we build with the children.

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