Religious Education

Religious Education in school is regarded as not just a subject among others competing for curriculum time, but as a constantly developing way of learning how to look at the world and ourselves and the relationship of the whole of creation to the creator God.

Developing an enquiring mind about our purpose in the World we explore topics based on our own experience. We meet Jesus in stories from scripture and discover a friend for life by talking to him in our own prayer and collective worship.

We encourage multi-cultural interests through looking at other world faiths and customs. Every person is valued and feels part of a caring community in school, within the parish and the worldwide family of God. The teaching of religion therefore is not confined to the R.E. lesson but pervades all the work of the Curriculum which is used to stimulate Religious growth and development, as well as academic and social progress.

We value the role of parents as the first educators of their child and encourage a partnership between home, parish and school. The Parish and the Parish Priest, as well as the School, have a role to play in assisting parents to perform their duties as religious educators.

The school accepts its responsibility to support the parents and parish by helping the children to understand their faith and to understand their lives in the light of their faith. Our children are prepared for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, Eucharist and Confirmation by taking part in a Parish led programme, under the guidance of the parish priest and catechists.

Mission Statement

St Clare’s is a Christ-centred family where everyone is valued and respected. We learn and grow, whilst strengthening our relationship with God and one another. Together in His love, we can achieve our full potential.

Play, learn and grow together with Christ

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Elder visit Father Andrew

Elder visit Father Andrew

On Thursday, Elder class were warmly welcomed into church by Father Andrew. He kindly talked with us about parts of the Mass and showed us some of the special objects he uses when saying Mass. The children responded thoughtfully to his questions and raised some of...

Remembrance Art Gallery

Remembrance Art Gallery

Our second Student Council mission was to organise a Remembrance Poppy Art Gallery.  It will start on Monday 18th - Friday 12th November 2021 and we hope you get to come and see our lovely art work.  The displays will be in class windows around the school so that you...

‘We are better together than we are alone’ – Year 6

‘We are better together than we are alone’ – Year 6

What a wonderful day we have had in Year 6 today! All of the children were a credit to school as they organised and held their first community event of the year. We had hosts, bingo callers, comedians, waiters and even rock/paper/scissor demonstrators! We have had...

The Gallery