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Pupil Views

The children in KS2 took part in this survey in November 2022.

 

 

Yes – Agree

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Sometimes

 

No – Disagree

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Comments

1.I enjoy learning about my faith at school

 

97%

2%

1%

 

2. I can talk about my faith and what I am learning about in RE confidently

 

93%

6%

1%

 

3. I enjoy RE lessons

 

93%

6%

1%

 

4. I can link my learning from Bible Stories (Scripture) talked about in RE Lessons, Assemblies and Prayer time to my everyday life

 

90%

8%

2%

 

6. I know and can explain our Gospel Virtues and Catholic Social Teaching- give an example in the comments box if you can.

93%

6%

1%

 

5. I enjoy RSHE lessons taught from Ten:Ten

 

100%

0%

0%

 

6. There are times when I lead prayer in school or in class

95%

5%

0%

 

  • Pupil voice at St. Alban's is strong and relevant across the school in terms of their teaching and learning, assessment and knowledge (See Catholic Life and Mission Floorbooks)
  • RE is identified as one of pupils’ favourite lessons across the school (High percentages of positive responses in the survey and engagement in lessons)
  • Pupils can confidently explain their learning in class and make realistic links to their daily lives at home, school and in the wider community.
  • Children practise the Gospel Virtues and principles of Catholic Social Teaching in the way they live their lives. 
  • The majority of pupils lead prayer in class or for the whole school.

Actions

  • Support some pupils who fee; they cannot link Scripture to their every day lives with explaining meaning of reading from the Bible and aiding their reflection time.
  • Chaplaincy Team to do pupil interviews with KS1 pupils in the Spring Term. 
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