As a Catholic School, Religious Education is a very important part of our curriculum. However, the R.E. lessons, for which we use the Curriculum Strategy for Catholic Primary Schools in the Archdiocese of Birmingham, are just a part of what we offer.
The Catholic Education continues for the majority of our children at the end of Year 6 when they transfer to Blessed William Howard High School.
We believe our faith influences what happens within the school, our work, our play and our relationships with each other and the wider community. To this end we foster a very caring approach by supporting each other, by working closely with the Parish and with our parents. The children attend Mass every week. Mass is celebrated in Church, in school and each class prepares and leads Mass in their own classroom.
The School gathers together for collective worship four times a week and there is also an opportunity for class prayers. Children are prepared for the Sacrament of Reconciliation in Year 2, their First Holy Communion when they are in Year 3 and Confirmation takes place on an annual basis for pupils in Year 6. Above all we encourage everyone to live our mission statement;