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Introducing The God Who Speaks: The Year of the Word

Introducing The God Who Speaks: The Year of the Word 1
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Thank you to the Chaplaincy Team for leading our assembly introducing the Year of the Word to the school. Here is a document with more information.

Harvest Assembly - thank you for the donations for St Albans Food Bank!

Harvest Assembly - thank you for the donations for St Albans Food Bank! 1

Remembering our Mission at the start of the new school year...

Remembering our Mission at the start of the new school year... 1

Celebrating Adoremus Mass at Westminster with Sister Anita

Celebrating Adoremus Mass at Westminster with Sister Anita 1

Art work inspired by the paintings of Elizabeth Wang

Well done to the winners of the Adoremus Art Competition! Have a look at their work in the photos below...

This term we have begun our Eucharistic journey, and the Chaplaincy Team have helped introduce the topic of Adoremus to the children. Below is a PowerPoint with further information. Your child may want to enter the 'Bread of Life' art competition as a way of getting started!

Thank you for supporting our CAFOD appeal and for your generous donations to the St Albans Food Bank! Well done to all those involved in our Harvest Assembly too.
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Religious Education Curriculum

 

At St John Fisher Catholic Primary School we follow a religious education programme which aims to strengthen our Catholic faith and helps us to embed into our daily lives our school mission statement, “walking in the footsteps of Christ.”

 

We use a highly recommended programme called “Come and See,” which is the result of great commitment by many talented and gifted educators in primary education.  The programme has been developed to respond to the needs of children today in their faith journey, to enable them to grow in their religious literacy and understanding.

 

“At the heart of the programme is the mystery of God’s self revelation of love through Jesus Christ.  Come and See gives pupils the opportunity to explore the mystery of faith through Scripture and Tradition.” (Rt. Rev. Peter Doyle-Bishop of Northampton)

 

In the sacred task of teaching religious education at St John Fisher Catholic Primary School, we are confident that the Come and See programme will greatly enhance and enrich our pupils’ faith journey.

 

Our Subject Leader is Mrs Hines

 

More information is included in curriculum newsletters (on class pages). These are sent to parents at the beginning of each term.

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