Each separate subject here at St Mary's has a Lead teacher. In R.E the Lead teacher is called Mrs Hayes. Her deep rooted faith and many years of teaching experience support her to lead this hugely important subject area effectively. She is supported by all colleagues, in our desire to share the Gospel Values to teach children about life and how to be the best they can be. She works tirelessly to keep all stakeholders involved and able to encompass the essence of what makes our Catholic School such a happy fulfilled place to be. Mrs Hayes currently teaches in Y3 and is one of our Assistant head teachers.
Each subject also has a Link Governor, who supports and monitors progress, in conjunction with guidance from the SLT. In the case of R.E this is Fr Craig. Fr Craig is also our parish priest and the school’s spiritual director. He brings great drive and humour to all that he does, whilst maintaining an air of wonder and awe in all liturgical interactions with children and parents. His versatility and adaptability are also a strength of the R.E team here at St Mary’s.
Each class has its own class page, where homework, projects, home communications etc are publicised and shared on a very regular basis. Class pages share our Faith Ambassadors/Peer mentors, which are greatly sought after Y6 monitorial roles; these then cascade down to Mini Vinnies in differing classes, also. Class pages also share much about the prayer progression and the Catholic life of the children. Finally, they share the class saints in all instances; again a much cherished saint in each setting, who is part and parcel of the life of “the class”.
Please bear with us as we are developing this new way of sharing with you, over time. Thank you.
Our Curriculum philosophy is below, showing why we do it the way we do it here at St Mary of the Angels.
RE Key Knowledge Organisers are below. These help you to know what is being taught and when, for your child. Hopefully, they also give you a flavour of the type of vocabulary and the type of learning that will take place in each year for your child.The current Key Knowledge Organisers can be found on Class Pages.
- Creation KKO Yr 1.pdf
- Creation KKO Yr 4.pdf
- Key Knowledge Organiser Belonging Yr3.pdf
- Key Knowledge Organiser Stories from the Old Testament Yr 2.pdf
- LFTLH Key Knowledge Organiser Rec B.pdf
- LFTLH Key Knowledge Organiser Year 2 B.pdf
- LFTLH Key Knowledge Organiser Year 3 prayer.pdf
- LFTLH Key Knowledge Organiser Year 1 B.pdf
- LFTLH Key Knowledge Organiser Year 4b.pdf
- LFTLH Key Knowledge Organiser Year 5b.pdf
- LFTLH Key Knowledge Organiser Year 6b.pdf
- Reception Advent KKO.pdf
- Reception RE Key Knowledge Organiser Creation.pdf
- Reception Christmas KKO.pdf
- Year 1 Advent KKO.pdf
- Year 1 Christmas KKO.pdf
- Year 1 Prayer KKO.pdf
- Year 2 Advent KKO.pdf
- Year 2 Christmas KKO.pdf
- Year 3 Advent KKO.pdf
- Year 3 Christmas KKO.pdf
- Year 4 Advent KKO.pdf
- Year 5 Advent KKO.pdf
- Year 5 Christmas KKO.pdf
- Year 4 Christmas KKO.pdf
- Year 6 Advent KKO.pdf
- Year 6 Christmas KKO.pdf
Year Two Pupil Voice.
What does your teacher do to help you learn?
What bible stories have you enjoyed learning about?
Our Long term overview is below. This helps to map out what is being covered and taught when and where across the school in R.E, currently. It might also help you as parents to plan and link into the work we are covering and when.
Our Action Plan in R.E is below
Our Policy in R.E is below
Some examples of our successes are here for you to appreciate. These link in with parent and governor views also.
Our assessment methods are summarised here for you, with a working example of what actually happens within the classroom, for you to appreciate, also.
As part of our assessment of children’s learning in R.E. we follow the assessment cycle set out by the BDES.