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Religious Education Key Information

Our Parish

Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish is jointly formed with English Martyrs and now known as the Parish of Our Lady & The English Martyrs.  The Parish Priest is Reverend Canon Mark Madden who can be contacted via: Priest’s House, School Lane, Litherland, Liverpool, L21 7LX. Tel: 0151 928 3471.


More information about Our Lady Queen and the English Martyrs Catholic Church can be found here:

Our Lady and the English Martyrs


More information about Our Lady Queen of Peace Syro-Malabar Catholic Church can be found here:

Our Lady Queen of Peace Syro-Malabar Catholic Church

Our Mission Statement

Our Worship Warriors met to discuss our School's mission statement and what it means to them. They looked at each individual section and evidenced where/how they see this in action in school. 

RE Inspection Report 


School Liturgical Year

Religious Education at Our Lady Queen of Peace       



Come and See Curriculum


'Come and See' is a Catholic Primary Religious Education Programme for Primary Schools.


This easy to use teacher-friendly material has been written by a group of experienced diocesan advisors.


It follows on from successful trialling in schools in England and Wales and is based on the theological foundations of the Second Vatican Council, the Catholic Catechism and the revised RE Curriculum Directory and includes the Catholic attainment levels.


The Catechism of the Catholic Church addresses the search for meaning in life. God’s initiative in Revelation who comes to meet us and our response of faith. (cf. CCC26) This pattern guides the structure of the programme and informs the process of each topic, opened up through; Explore, Reveal and Respond.

Come and See Planner 

Come and See Programme of Study


Religious Education Assessment

Religious Education is at the centre of all we do here at our school.

It is, therefore, essential for use to ensure consistent high standards in this subject across the school. To achieve this, we have a clear and cohesive assessment system that is in line with other core subjects, such as Literacy, Reading and Maths. Our children are assessed through a variety of different ways including observations during lessons, questioning and through the work that the children produce in lessons. Assessment is completed at the end of each topic and teachers use the standard summary in the respond planning to support this assessment. Teachers use the End of Year standards in RE for final judgements at the end of the year to track progress made. 



Through Christ, we live, love and learn