"Living our Faith, Learning in Love"

"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot, together we can do great things" Mother Teresa

"Love one another as I have loved you"John 13:34


Religious Education

Religious Education at All Saints’

We aim to create an environment where children are taught by example to grow as kind, helpful, happy, hardworking and caring people; putting Jesus first, others next and themselves last, showing tolerance among themselves and towards others. As a Catholic school, we seek to develop an ethos whereby the spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs of all within the school community are supported.

Religious Education permeates throughout our whole curriculum; it is not exclusive to timetabled RE lessons. The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of each child is addressed through all aspects of the curriculum as well as through the various day-to-day situations and opportunities that arise.

Formal RE is delivered through the scheme The Way the Truth and the Life, which is followed as recommended by Bishop Mark Davies in accordance with the Shrewsbury Diocesan guidelines.

The Way the Truth and the Life scheme is implemented from Nursery through to Year 6. Each year is split into 6 topics, one per half term and is organised to coincide with major events in the liturgical year. Each year group studies a different topic.

Collective Worship is a time during the day when children gather together, listen to and reflect on a Gospel reading. They are given the opportunity to lead and respond with their own choice of readings, hymns and prayers.

Suitable opportunities are provided for all children by matching the challenge of the task to the ability and experience of the child. We recognise that there are pupils of widely different abilities in all classes and we use a variety of methods to ensure suitable learning opportunities for all pupils.

We endeavour to work closely with other schools, especially those within our parish, to share outstanding practice and therefore ensure our children reach their full potential.

Religious Education Policy