Religious Education

What makes a good Religious Education student at Sacred Heart?

A passion for exploring and discovering different beliefs and ways of living. Having an understanding of how religion can give purpose to different groups of people in society and that we live in a diverse world in which there are many beliefs.

About Religious Education

Religious Education makes a distinctive contribution to the Sacred Heart Curriculum. It is the school’s vision to develop pupil’s knowledge and understanding of religion, religious beliefs, practices, language and traditions and their influence on individuals, communities, societies and cultures. Our curriculum enables pupils to consider and respond to a range of important questions related to their own spiritual development, the development of values and attitudes and fundamental questions concerning the meaning and purpose of life.


The ‘Come and See’ Religious Education Program (which has been written by the Archdiocese) promotes children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and prepares all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of the present and the future. As well as this, promoting the Gospel Values of the Church also underpins everything we do and the ethos of the school.

R.E. Curriculum Map 2020-2021

R.E. Archdiocese Yearly Overview 2020-2021

R.E. Progression Map 2020-2021

Key Stage Collective Worship Themes 2020-2021

Class Collective Worship Themes 2020-2021



Religious Education Handbook

Religious Education Policy

Collective Worship Policy

RSE Policy

SMSC Policy


Pupil Voice 

R.E. helps me think about the Word of God.

I like R.E. because I like listening to Gospel stories about God and Jesus

What I like most about R.E. is learning about God and his creatures. God shows me how to be a good person.

I like R.E. because we get to listen to stories from the Bible and learn about how Jesus sacrifices himself for us.

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