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This is a nurturing environment where children, staff, parents and governors know each other and share a common understanding of the School’s purpose – to ‘aim high’ and through shared understanding of Gospel values, ensure that the potential of every child is fully achieved. Our children are happy, sociable, well-behaved and value our diversity, which enriches everything we do. We are recognised as ‘outstanding’ by the local authority and are confident this will be endorsed at our next Ofsted inspection.

Monday, 16 October 2017

Pupils R.E. Evaluations - Questionnaires October 2017

Please find below the results of our latest termly evaluation of Religious Education in St Mary Magdalen's Catholic Primary School.


Questions
Main findings
Areas to improve
1.     Do you enjoy your R.E lesson?
All said yes-We learn about God, it helps develop our faith, we learn about our faith, it helps us believe in one God, yes because I love God


2.     What are you learning about at the moment?
We are learning about promises, Baptism, our Christian family, the Kingdom of Heaven, values, Rosary, God’s Creation, how God speaks to us in the Bible, Moses, The Old and New Testament and how God speaks to us

3.     What has been new learning for you?
About our Christian family, about sins, signs, baptism, promises, everyone is welcome in God’s family, the Kingdom values, God has made the whole world, about the Rosary, how God speaks to us through the Bible, stories in the Bible, Abraham, Moses

4.     Are your R.E lessons interesting? Why?
All said yes- because I learn new things, we watch videos, different stories from The Bible, we learn about God and religion, we sing together, we draw, I like seeing my work on display, we learn about day and night, we have deep discussions and explanations, we have fun and we learn, it helps us with our religious knowledge, interesting activities and we are able to analyse our beliefs.

5.     Do you say your morning, lunchtime and afternoon prayers daily in class?
Yes we say them together, we say our morning prayers together in assembly, we say our KS1 prayer together.
Need to ensure pupils understand that we do our morning prayers together in collective worship
6.     Do you enjoy going to Mass?
All said yes – We have a chance to be in the presence of the Lord, I love Mass as I am closer to God, I enjoy going to Mass as it is my commitment to God, we sing, we share our faith, I can reconcile and pray, I enjoy the homilies, we sing, we learn about the parables and God’s messages.

7.     Are there any suggestions you could make, that you would like to see/discuss in R.E lessons?
Many pupils said no as they really enjoy their R.E lessons and they didn’t want anything to change. Everything is fully explained, I like my R.E just the way it is.
More Bible stories, more music in R.E lessons, singing,  we would like to learn more about Jesus, more learning about other religions, more drama and art., make your own book with Bible stories.
8.     Do you like your assemblies?

Why ?

Yes we sing God’s praises, we learn about charities, we listen to visitors, we love to sing, we learn about God, teaches us how to live our lives, they are always thoughtful, we don’t only learn in class but in our assemblies, we learn as a family, it brings our school together, pupils take part and make presentations, we watch videos to explain things clearer for us, we like listening to each other, we like listening to explanations of parables.
Some are repetitive. – 2 pupils