Religious Education in all Catholic schools must be taught for 10% of the timetable, as set out in guidance from the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales. In EYFS and Key Stage 1 this equates to 2hours and 10minutes per week and increases to 2 hours and 30 minutes in Key Stage 2.
For further details on the topics your child will cover in each year group, please take the time to read the parents guide to RE at St. Anne's by clicking on the link.
All policies relating to R.E, Collective Worship, Spiritual and Moral Development, as well as Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) can be found under the Catholic Life section of the website.
Personally I have been the RE Co-ordinator here at St. Anne's since 2006 and have a deep passion to provide exciting, meaningful and spiritual experiences for our pupils, allowing them to develop their own identity, no matter what their own faith and background is.
We are regularly inspected for the 'Catholic Life' of our school by members of the Christian Education team from Liverpool Archdiocese. In our past 3 Section 48 inspections we have been graded as 'Outstanding' in the Catholic education that we provide for our pupils. Our most recent inspection was October 2015.
Please check back regularly for termly newsletters and updates on current topics in school.
Sophie Volynchook - RE, Collective Worship & RSE Co-ordinator
September 2018 Updates
Please see the files for information on the Come and See curriculum this half term, as well as other news of changes and events this year to do with the Catholic Life of our school.
You will also find a leaflet called "The Importance of the Eucharist", explaining the reasons behind the national Eucharistic congress and pilgrimige - Adoremus which is being held in Liverpool this month.