COME ALONG TO OUR OPEN DAYS: Saturday 13th May, Saturday 17th June, 10am-12pm book your place

Open Day: book your place

Religious Education

‘The outcome of excellent Religious Education is religiously literate and engaged young people who have the knowledge, understanding and skills – appropriate to their age and capacity – to reflect spiritually, and think ethically and theologically, and who are aware of the demands of religious commitment in everyday life.’

At St. Anthony’s School for Girls we believe true understanding of faith comes through everyday experiences and interactions.  Our girls are taught to live out their faith through their day to day interactions with others. Values such as kindness, compassion, dignity and respect are central to our teachings and inform the way we relate to one another. They also remind us of our global responsibility, to reach out to those in need and to give selflessly. Religious Education at St. Anthony’s School for Girls therefore, contributes positively to a broad and balanced curriculum in every aspect of school life.

Religious Education at St. Anthony’s Girls’ also encourages and provides opportunities for children to explore links with other faiths and traditions; tolerance and respect for the values and beliefs of others is a core element to our teaching. Our multi-faith community is something we treasure, and contributes to the depth of discussion in our Religious Education lessons, school assemblies and throughout the school day.

Our Religious Education programme gives our pupils the opportunity to explore the core values of Catholicism, Judaism, Islam and other world faiths and determine what it means to them and what they can learn from these teachings.

‘Education today is a complex task, which is made more challenging by rapid social, economic, and cultural changes. Its mission remains the integral formation of the human person. Pupils must be guaranteed the possibility of developing harmoniously their own physical, moral, intellectual and spiritual gifts, and they must also be helped to develop their sense of responsibility, learn the correct use of freedom, and participate actively in social life.’

Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales — Department of Catholic Education and Formation.

Our Next Open Day

Our next open morning is Saturday 17th June 10am to 12pm

Book a Place
News