At St. Anne's, we feel it is important for pupils to enjoy their learning and have a stimulating learning environment.
Here are some photos of our RE displays, RE Teaching & Learning and the Catholic Life of the School.
RE Display Beginnings
Signs & Symbols
Praying The Rosary
RE Display Homes
St. John Bosco Mass
We have a legal requirement to teach RE to all the children unless their parents have specifically requested that they be excluded (Education Acts 1944, 1988 and 1993). Please see the Headteacher for further details.
We currently follow the ‘Come and See’ scheme, as recommended by the Diocese. Parents are welcome to see the syllabus and its accompanying handbook on request. As a Catholic School, we allocate 10% of the timetable to the teaching of RE. It is also a legal requirement that the school should participate in a daily act of ‘Collective Worship’.
The worship at St. Anne’s is of a Christian character (non-sectarian) and takes place in a variety of contexts – as a class, a key-stage or the whole school. Parents have the right to withdraw their children from the act of collective worship but must first discuss the matter with the Headteacher. Each class leads an assembly by rota and the parents of the leading class are invited to come and watch. By the end of the year all the parents will have had the opportunity to see their children in an assembly.
|Tuesday||KS1 Collective Worship
KS2 Collective Worship
|Wednesday||KS2 Collective Worship
|Friday||KS1 Celebration Assembly & Collective Worship
KS2 Celebration Assembly & Collective Worship
Collective Worship Daily Act of Worship If children do not have a key stage or year group assembly they will have an act of collective worship in class. This lasts between 5-10mins depending on the age of the children.
Rosary During the months of May and October, parents and children are invited to say the Rosary before school starts. These are such special times for praying together as a community, please do join us!