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Geography Lesson

“You must not teach just content, but the values and customs of life. … There are three things that a Catholic religious education must transmit: how to love, how to understand which values and customs create harmony in society and for each learner to feel welcomed and loved for what he or she is, with all their limitations and potential.”  


Pope Francis, 2015
The R.E. Department at Mary Immaculate aim to fulfil this directive through the holistic development of the young people at the school, helping them to grow intellectually, spiritually and morally. Naturally, this is a challenging and complex task, yet we aim to achieve this through striving for academic excellence, creating a safe place for the young people where they feel supported to develop a close, personal relationship with Christ.  

To find out more information about the course content at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4, please check out the specifications which are listed below:

Key Stage 3


Key Stage 4


Examination Board Specification


Religious Education


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