In order to assist teachers with the delivery of the 'Come and See' programme the following sections include material that has been developed to run in tandem with the new programme

Subsequent pages also include; revised 'I can' statements, Planning grids, Acts of Worship for individual year groups as well as a revised Early Years Tracking/Record sheet (see planning section).

These can be located in the related sub-sections of this page.(Spring Term 2017 - now available)

It is hoped that this material shall further enhance and compliment the 'Come and See' programme.

If you require any further guidance then do please contact the Primary RE Adviser at:

Please find below a set of Assessment Focus Tasks which have been produced to help clarify both teacher confidence with regards to the Levels of Attainment as well as pupil attainment within a given strand.

You will also find a 3 year plan of future Assessment Focus tasks.

The next Assessed Topic shall take place within the second topic of the Spring Term 2017 - Relating - Eucharist - relating(see below).

I have also integrated a set of success criteria into each task to assist the teacher with implementation and subsequent moderation.

Finally, I have also included a file below relating to the 'Bigger Question' within each topic for each year group.

Please find below a Parents' Information sheet for Spring term 2017.

This provides parents with information regarding the themes and topics for the Spring term as well as any relevant dates and events.

This could also be used in tandem with suggested homework activities.

Please feel free to amend accordingly, as term times/dates can vary throughout the diocese.

Please find below an overview coverage grid of the 'Come and See' topics.



A new Catholic Primary Religious Education programme for Foundation and Key Stages 1 and 2 published in July 2012.

This easy to use, teacher-friendly material is being 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 forthcoming 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.