The aim of Religious Education in St Andrew’s Secondary is to engage our young people in high quality Core Religious Education and promote our ethos based on Gospel Values.

  • Pupils are provided with the opportunity to develop their knowledge and understanding of significant aspects of the Catholic Faith and communicate this effectively.
  • Develop the skills to think critically and relate their thinking to daily life.  
  • Encouraged to reflect spiritually and think ethically, making informed decisions in relation to matters of morality.
  • Opportunities for pupils to participate and lead in charitable and campaigning events centred on the sanctity of human life.
  • Support the place of prayer and reflection in school and participate in, liturgy and religious observance.

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S1
 
St Andrew's Community
God speaks to his people 
Prayer and Saints
Sacraments of Initiation
God lives with his people
Created in Love
Mary the Mother of God
 
S2
 
Creation of the World
Jesus Son of God Son of Man
Building a relationship with God
Judaism
Vocations and ministry
Growing in Love
Mary in the Liturgy
 
S3
 
Justice and Peace - Responding to Jesus
Equality and Inclusion
Reconciliation and prayer
Islam
Evil and Suffering 
Living in love 
Religious Research Project

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Pupils have the opportunity to contribute within the school, parish, and local community through a variety of volunteering opportunities and award schemes including The Religious, Belief and Values Award and Caritas Award. 

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