Our symbol of Jesus, Mary and Joseph signifies the importance of a loving family, at the heart of which is building our relationship with God, through the teachings of the Catholic faith.

At Holy Family, three commitments form our Mission.

  • We are committed to the highest quality education for all.
  • We are committed to promoting an inclusive, loving family through the teachings of the Catholic faith.
  • We are committed to safeguarding everyone in our family.

We promise to keep everyone:

                               Learning

                               Included

                               Safe

      Holy Family:      Together in Love

Through our Mission commitments / promises, our vision will be achieved:

In our holy family, we all thrive socially, academically and spiritually to our fullest potential.

(Images taken from Religious Education Directory training in Diocese of Hallam.)

As a Catholic school, Religious Education and the Catholic Life of the school are at the core of everything we do. We currently follow the 2012 Religious Education Directory. However, a new Religious Education Directory will become statutory in 2025. In preparation for this, since September 2023, we have organised our curriculum into six branches – coinciding with six half terms of the academic year.

To explore the Religious Education Directory 2025 – “To know you more clearly” click here.

Click on the branches below to find out more about how our curriculum is structured in each half term

Creation Covenant

Prophecy & Promise

Desert to Garden

To the Ends of the Earth

Dialogue Encounter

Religious Education follows the current Religious Education Directory, taught through the Diocesan approved scheme “Come and See”.  Click here to read more about Religious Education

The content of our curriculum is aligned to the National Curriculum 2014.

Click here to view the Primary National Curriculum

Click on the links below to find out more about each subject.

Personal Social Health Education and Relationships, Sex and Health Education are taught based on the PSHE Association Document and the National Curriculum.  This is taught using a Catholic approved scheme “Life to the Full” alongside supplementary content to support our children to take their place in society.  Click here to find out more.

Additional elements of our curriculum include: