Religious Education

The purpose of Religious Education at St Ignatius Catholic Primary School is to nurture the Catholic Faith, and its teachings, in our children. By helping them to live this faith, we hope to encourage our children to develop a better relationship with God and others around them.

Central to our ethos are the opportunities for prayer and worship which lie at the heart of our faith. We will endeavour to promote and encourage these at every level, together with the skills and attitudes necessary to live out the Christian message in the modern world.

Religious Education (R.E) should promote pupils’ cultural, mental, emotional, spiritual and physical development and prepare children for the opportunities and responsibilities that are to come.

R.E is a core subject at St Ignatius Catholic Primary School. It is delivered mainly through the religious education programme ‘The Way, The Truth and The Life’ but is also encouraged through links with home, the Parish Church, the Bishop Konstant Catholic Academy Trust (BKCAT), the local community and other subject areas, especially PSHE and RSE. We believe that all aspects of R.E should be woven into the fabric of school life.

 

Long Term Plans

Ten Ten parent newsletter – February 2021

Latest Religious Education News

Class 5 – Advent Preparation

To prepare for the Advent season, Class 5 have created an ‘Acts of Kindness’ Advent calendar, a promise to keep during this time and finally decorations to add to our Jesse Tree. We also had some wonderful discussions about the true meaning of the season and were incredibly thoughtful and reflective. Well done, Class 5!

Class 5 Creative RE – Stormzy ‘Blinded by your Grace’

Class 5 enjoyed singing as part of our ‘Creative RE’ day in school. They performed this for both children and parents during our SANGAM assembly.

Banksy Art Work

As part of our themed RE week for the ‘Year of the Word’, Class 5 created some Banksy artwork in reflection to the beatitudes. Can you tell which beatitude the children have tried to display, imitating the style of Banksy?