Religious Education – Additional Information and Useful Links


Mrs Brook, Head of Pastoral
Mr Balog
Mr Gabuguga
Mr McNicholas, Deputy Headteacher
Mr Hornak, Head of Religious Education

Religious Education GCSE Results, June 2015 – Full GCSE (144/148 students entered)
77.1% passed with A*-C (111 students)    28.4% achieved A* or A (41 students)

Religious Education – Provision (Accommodation)
There are three teaching rooms which are all equipped with video/DVD players, white boards, visualisers and data projectors.
We also have St. Joseph’s Room, which is used for prayer services such as class meditation within the curriculum and voluntary Mass held every Friday at lunchtime.

Useful links
CAFOD is the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development set up by the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales. It raises funds from the Catholic community in the England and Wales and uses these to fund development projects in developing countries. In emergencies, Cafod provides immediate, life-saving relief and help people rebuild their lives.

Christian Aid is a charity that was set up in 1945 by churches in the UK and Ireland. It works in the poorest countries to help people improve their lives by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. It provides families with basic needs like fresh water and health care.

St Vincent de Paul Society is an international Christian voluntary organisation dedicated to tackling poverty and disadvantage by providing practical assistance to those in need – irrespective of ideology, faith, ethnicity, age or gender.

Society for the Protection of Unborn Children affirms, defends and promotes the existence and value of human life from the moment of conception.

Brad Henning is a master communicator who speaks with refreshing confidence and easy on the subjects of relationships, love and sex.

Edexcel is our GCSE exam board.

Catholic Education Service

Diocese of Lancaster

Catechism contains the official teachings of the Catholic Church.

Bible engine helps you to find Bible references quickly.