It is not so much the catholosim aspect it's the fact that the school has a good ethos and morals. The 1917 Code of Canon Law, # 1374, clearly stated that Catholic parents could not send their children to non-Catholic Schools. What is the child teaching regarding what kind of school Catholic children should or must attend? Religious education is be catholic and they pray 4 times in the school day. 1. Share. To get into the Catholic school it is not necessary to be Catholic / baptised etc and there are many non Catholics attending the school already so its not like we're pretending to be Catholic to get a place. Parents can compose these letters to outline their desire to enroll their children in the school and begin the application process. Sending a non Catholic child to a Catholic primary school, Talk widget showing discussions of the day & trending threads, Subscribe to Mumsnet emails direct to your inbox. They don't sit out at mass etc they just join in, was the best decision for me x. Hi, just wondering if anyone can offer some advice. We applied for a place at the non-denomination school (this is not our catchment school) as it is the closest school to our childminder. Any questions, please ask, I agree I am Catholic and my Son is Christened, but not baptised as I did not practise when he was bornHe is in Reception and there is a huge amount of the Catholic teachings included in all his daily work, for instance they may do a craft project which could be a stained glass church window, or a crucifix This is to be expected as part of the life in a Catholic School, which I also attended Also, as part of parent evening etc they discuss his RE workThe only reason my Son could go to the School, not being Catholic himself, is because one of his Parents is Catholic and those children who are baptised or have Catholic parents will be prioritised for places, From behaviour to bedtimes, school choices to screen time, this is the place to talk all things child-related. and wealthy parents to send their children to the High School and thus water. I have been told they do prayers in the morning, lunchtime and before hometime and attend chapel once a month or more often if it is a holy day / certain times of the year. My daughter would not be the only non Catholic child (if she is accepted) and I understand we are able to opt out of some practices like attending chapel etc. In 2016, the church supported 43,800 secondary schools, and 95,200 primary schools. Hi my 2 children go to a catholic school and are non Catholics, I was brought up a catholic but no longer attend mass etc, my husband is a firm athiest. I do not know much about catholicism and my husband does not know the answers to the questions that I ask. She might get offers or not but some of our choices (live in v urban area- applied for 5 schools years ago) are Catholic ethos schools. down the Catholicity of the School in order to not “offend” non-Catholic. The children who are doing it at the local church do their prep in school, in another room once a week, the children who aren't or who are doing it in another parish stay in the classroom & do whatever the lesson is. By Ann Rodgers-Melnick, Post-Gazette Staff Writer . Just to put your mind at ease Catholic schools are lovely - they have a great sense of Family values and Community. The public schools in the area were a crap shoot. She says that Catholic schools offer better discipline and teach better morals, which she believes will help her son. For Catholic parents, getting their children into Catholic school is an important decision that impacts their children's education. To comment on this thread you need to create a Mumsnet account. state funded) Catholic schools.These are theoretically open to pupils of all faiths or none, although if the school is over-subscribed priority will be given to Catholic children.. Although I have to remember if it is a P.E. He wants to send our child to catholic private school. In our area the catholic and COE schools are small and therefore you would not get in unless you were baptised and a regular churchgoer. DD goes to a catholic school and is not baptised. My children are baptized RC and we go to church a couple of times a month, but I have chosen a non RC school for my DD as I want her to be multi faith educated. We go to church once a term and the priest comes to us half termly for mass. I did want her Baptised but was not worried which school she went to - non Catholic would of been fine, but that said when it came to choosing the Catholic school was actually the best school in the area so that is where we decided to send her. NON-CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. I like the catholic way of teaching  and have told my kids that the bible is basically a big book in morals and teaching the difference between right and wrong. She'll be expected to join in, I'm afraid . The school know we are of no religion so if ds doesn't bother with prayers etc there is no issue.For us personally what we talk about and teach at home is what matters. My husband is not a practicing catholic and I am the spiritual leader of the home. I am open minded and obviously do want the best education for my child (poster above mentioned I didn't understand reason for faith schools?- by the time we moved house and I had my daughter down for the only non denominational one in our area- still 10 minute drive away)- she was the 100-odd applicant for the 2017 intake so can't rely on the fact she will get in there). If you applied for a catholic school even though you are not catholic, do you know that you would get in as usually non catholic children are at the bottom of the admission criteria list. Equally startling were the figures for teachers, which showed that only 45 per cent of those working in church secondary schools in England and Wales are practising Catholics. I would imagine that if there are quite a lot of non Catholic children in the school then the religious aspect is probably not particularly "heavy", but the best way to find out is to go and look around and ask some questions. However, there will be some variation from school to school so I would go and see for yourself. A Catholic school is a parochial school or education ministry of the Catholic Church.As of 2011, the Catholic Church operates the world's largest non-governmental school system. Most of all I appreciate that the educators are united in teaching from a moral compass, which includes a routine of praying and respect for God and the Church. I have heard good things about the ethos of the school and whilst I wouldn't want the children to take their Holy Communion etc, I would be happy for them to take part in Mass, religious education, prayers. Does anyone know how intense the prayers are or if they would be 'little' prayers (like saying grace before eating lunch)? Okay, so this may seem like an odd reason to send my child to Catholic School, but hear me out. Al children at our school attend church and any child left out would feel different. I am not Catholic and it would be hypocritical for me to send Johnny or Jane to a catholic school. it has fantastic facilities. We decided to send our daughter to a catholic school and I have gave her the option of being baptised then making the sacraments - she doesn't want to now that its time and there are 8 children not making their reconciliation this year. Secondary School: There is no requirement to be Catholic in order to attend a Catholic secondary school. This has been such a stressful time and I just don't know what to do for the best. We decided to send our daughter to a catholic school and I have gave her the option of being baptised then making the sacraments - she doesn't want to now that its time and there are 8 children not making their reconciliation this year. About 1/10 of this time is spent on multicultural units of work like learning about other faiths. Have no prejudice and will accept the terms if she goes to a Catholic school while she won't participate in Communion. It is a modest overview for people coming in touch with the Church, perhaps for the first time, or refreshing their acquaintance. I also find the schools calmer, with nicer kids and families. We were in the fortunate position where all the schools in our town are rated good or above so we instead chose our nearest community school. I can remember as a child in grammar school having catholic school friends and being jealous at how at home/comfortable they felt being in church. I know if she did make the choice to get baptised and do communion then MIL would be ecstatic and has offered to pay for the communion dress etc. My 2 school age dc go to a Catholic school. HTH, free my dd is 8, just started 2nd class so we're into communion year..so far we've found out 20 children out of 86 won't be making their Communion. The education seems to be better too. Each winter when Lexi's school sends home a re-registration form, I tuck it away and wonder if this is the last year. It varies diocese by diocese. The only reason my Son could go to the School, not being Catholic himself, is because one of his Parents is Catholic and those children who are baptised or have Catholic parents will be prioritised for places, Thank you all for your replies, I am still completely undecided (we may not even be offered a space yet!) The prayers that are said are only little thank you prayers and I am school that as your child gets older they will take there own decisions about Church just like I did. I was wondering if anyone was in this situation or had any advice. Working in a Catholic School • 33.5% of pupils in Catholic primary schools are from ethnic minority backgrounds (27.6% nationally). Published. Al children at our school attend church and any child left out would feel different. We really didn't want to have to find our daughter a new childminder at the same time as her starting school as we feel it would be even more disruptive to her (she has only ever been with this childminder since she was 9 months old and is like part of the family). I'm happy to chat if anyone wants to pm me June S. My youngest child attends a Catholic school, Im not Catholic but I moved to the area and there is no other school around plus I cant drive. The RC school is my 2nd choice - both are 'excellent schools' but I found the RC school to be very catholic when I went round personally. Ds1's classmates who are Catholic did their first communion recently, they announce whe the prep classes are in the newsletter but it is all after school time. We want DS to have the best education but the nearest outstanding ofsted rated is 2 miles away for a catholic school but for a non religious school it’s 5 miles (where we live that’s about a 20 minute drive). I think it would have been silly to chose the school and then exclude her from a fundamental part of the schools ethos. Ask Quick Lane, Find out what Mumsnet users thought of Echo by Lloyd’s Pharmacy. I would advise any parent to speak to the schools priest about their child having a blessing, when the other kids have their first Holy Communion. In our school the sacrament prep (there are 3 spread out over the time in primary) is done in school. Ds hates having to go to mass but dd doesn't mind. We have no family support in the area at all and had a terrible time finding our childminder in the first place (long story!) Thank you all for your replies, I am still completely undecided (we may not even be offered a space yet! Isn't the place coming down with Educate Together schools these days?? All in all the ethos of being kind, helpful and thinking of others has been really good for my son and the school and the school community have been accepting of his disability and wee foibles! The religion book is being sent home everyday. Communion preparation is done in the parish and not the school in our diocese (Northampton) so there should be no issues in that respect but there are masses during school hours. Would you send your child to a religious school even if you weren’t practising? I am a Catholic and was brought up going to Catholic Schools and Church. This is page 1 of 1 (This thread has 17 messages.). I would advise any parent to speak to the schools priest about their child having a blessing, when the other kids have their first Holy Communion. I met with the head of a Catholic school today. I honestly would say Catholic schools are lovely so would put your child there and not worry! 1 … However the school has very few minorities. I also find the schools calmer, with nicer kids and families. Just that- looking at schools for my dd1 for next year and have some decisions to make. Your child will have Religious Education lessions, but they so do all schools. Many parents are concerned when it comes to their children’s education. Are you in the UK? In order to be a catholic school, the school is validated by its diocese. Uniforms are also a timesaver in the morning. Past P4 they celebrate May and October (Mary's months) will a rosary every day. I have always said she can make the decision herself. It was pretty dull and I'm fairly sure nobody felt left out not attending. Also as a class we present a mass and a religous assembly whch we spend a lot of time preparing for - would you be happy for your children to miss this. Can they attend a Public School? They don't sit out at mass etc they just join in, was the best decision for me x. Hi, just wondering if anyone can offer some advice. I cannot believe the difference I see in them. I don't think that you can generalise about what RC schools are like any more than you can generalise about non denominational, CofE or any other kind of school. Primary school appeal hearing - advice please. I like the idea of a private school with some Christian culture, but not evangelical, and there aren’t any legit Orthodox options. they do 3 prayers a day and attend church next to school 1 a week on a fri morning for 1 hour so not that much really. In order to be a catholic school, the school is validated by its diocese. We are in Scotland so she will be starting in August and with schools finishing for the summer in June I don't feel we have an awful lot of time left to get organised. This is all a bit crap, isn't it? Curious as to how this community may view pros/cons. I’m talking about K-12. As an adult, I send my children to our parish school. “I originally sent my daughter to Catholic school because of the quality of the institution and the students who go there. If you're looking to boost your confidence as a parent, make sure you've signed up to. Please note, as this is a peer-to-peer discussion board, Netmums has not checked the qualifications of anyone posting here. I am not a practising Catholic now - although my DD is now 4 and goes to Catholic School in September so I will be taking her to Church once she is at school. 35 comments. The five nearest schools to us are all catholic school. A faith school would not have been our first choice, but DD is happy & the school has a sensible approach to other beliefs. Until recently non RC children would not have got a place at the RC primary, or only a handful, as it was oversubscribed and gave practising faith priority but it has just expanded to 3-form intake which will inevitably alter the mix of faiths within the school. I think the way it's looking at the moment she will choose not to. She is in yr3 & won't be making her first holy communion, none of the teachers expect her too & everyone is happy with that. Also the weeks before christmas and lent are often 100 % ( except maths) religous education.Im not sure what you mean by intense prayers. Hi I am a teacher in a catholic school, You should be aware that catholicism is a big part of school life and everything is based on gospal values. the school is so homely and child friendly and the children are happy. By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent. I would say the same as with any other school, go and see for yourself. • 20% of pupils at Catholic secondary schools live in the most deprived areas (17% nationally). No one in their family is. My husband is catholic and I am christian. Also as a class we present a mass and a religous assembly whch we spend a lot of time preparing for - would you be happy for your children to miss this. Fair enough we live in a Catholic country, but I find it hard that religion can inform whether or not you get a decent education in today's day and age! My dd thankfully has no interest in religion or mass but we've made it clear if she changes her mind she can make her Communion.My ds started school in September and I've noticed religion is big this year.. Parents, I would like to hear all your opinions.I am not a parent and never will be but I would like to know if sending a non Catholic to a Catholic school.If I were a parent, I wouldn't. We are not religious and I obviously want her to have the best education in the best school. A couple good and some bad. That way your child wont feel left out and its a lovely experience. Is there still a place for one religion to retain control over Irish schools?Sharyn Hayden discusses & we'd love to hear your views.RaisingIreland.com Catholics school have to teach catholicism for 10% of the week - that a whole afternoon minimum. Many thanks. It's a great school and a large minority of the children are not catholic. Description. I teach in a catholic primary and we pray before lunch, at hometime, have a weekly gospel assembly (whole school), a weekly key stage assembly (religious), a weekly class worship and a weekly hymn practice. The primary reasons that parents give for sending their children to Catholic school are: Academic excellence; Emphasis on Catholic values; Healthy social relationships; A supportive environment ; A Catholic education means… College-bound peers – The vast majority, approximately 94% of Catholic school graduates, pursue higher education. With regards to first communion I know that will be something we will need to look at next year. All the prep for holy communion is done outside of school, in church on a Sunday. So You're Sending Your Child to a Catholic School is a friendly and gentle introduction to a few of the beliefs and values which make Catholics tick. Think it depends on the mix of the school and how popular it is. I am also pleased to see that the students embody so much diversity and multiculturalism. I am Church of Scotland and my son was christened CoS but he attends a catholic school. They have had a new headteacher this year and it seems like the school is a bit less strictly Catholic now. on his first wek he learnt how to do the cross across his body which i was like hmmm maybe ive donr the wrong thing in this school but i know i havent the teachers are lovely and the head teacher is faultless. We've just moved house and realise that there is a very good catholic school in the area. I also just wanted to say that if you were to opt out of going to mass, it may be uncomfortable for your daughter. Is your family looking into becoming Catholic or is it purely due to wanting to send your kids to a Catholic school? Do you have questions about car maintenance or opinions on your previous experiences when sorting out an MOT or service? Non-Catholic families are finding Catholic schools a blessing . Children are taught daily prayers but they wll also learn traditional and new prayers which they must be able to recite.If you do not want your child to learn about the faith, you must not send her to the school - it really is a huge part of school life. close. My sister-in-law wants to send her son to a Catholic school (not that I'm complaining), but he's not Catholic. Hi I don't really know how much they pray tbh, I don't find it overtly religious. Thanks all for your responses. • 74.7% of Catholic primary schools are … The non-denominational school also is good but I got a better feeling from the Catholic school. Its not some bible bashing cult or anything like that!!! I attended Catholic school in San Francisco from kindergarten through twelfth grade. I've been having sleepless night over this! There are quite a few children who's parents have the same Humanistic approach as us. Can anyone give advice on how non-catholic children today feel at catholic schools? It will just be based on the bible rather than learning about all different religions. I also just wanted to say that if you were to opt out of going to mass, it may be uncomfortable for your daughter. Mandy, despite not being religious, says she thinks it's valuable for children to learn about religion. We are non-Catholic with my son in a Catholic school, but we are practicing Christians. I've been having sleepless night over this! Would you send your kids to a Catholic school if you weren't of that faith? This is on top of class prayer times, hymn practice and assembly time. Admittedly about 15 year ago, but in munch catholic primary school we did the communion prep at school, but after the end of the school days like a little after school club. How this came about was that my son has a long term health condition and his local catchment school were not prepared to deal with it or make any allowances for his disability. They teach about other religions in re as well as Christianity and they do it in an inclusive way rather than looking down on other religions. Any advice is welcome! Raised on a rigorous blend of Jehovah's Witness and Baptist piety, Judith Cheatom never imagined sending her children to Catholic school until the day her daughter's public school teacher said the little girl's reading was "excellent." What Are the Primary Reasons Children Attend Catholic Schools? That way your child wont feel left out and its a lovely experience. Hi Louise to Primary School cannot afford to send their children to Catholic High Schools. I don't think that you can generalise about what RC schools are like any more than you can generalise about non denominational, CofE or any other kind of school. Suspect people will drop out when offers are made and she might get an offer in time but not a given as they are good schools and the one in our locality has a great name for itself. The education seems to be better too. They've all attended Catholic schools, and some have also tried the public system. Specifically, Charlotte Catholic in Charlotte. I have today sent an application for a placement for the Catholic school but I am worrying I am doing the wrong thing for my daughter. Although uniforms can be expensive, most Catholic Schools participate in a uniform exchange program. Catholic school prayers aren't too heavy, they're suitable for the childs age. 1. My children are baptized RC and we go to church a couple of times a month, but I have chosen a non RC school for my DD as I want her to be multi faith educated. I found it a bit much. my son is not a catholic and started school in september at a catholic school. We are in Scotland so it will be different than the way things work in Ireland (or the rest of the U.K.), but I know you can request your child be excluded for religious activities. Any questions, please ask, I agree I am Catholic and my Son is Christened, but not baptised as I did not practise when he was born Also the weeks before christmas and lent are often 100 % ( except maths) religous education. Hi the prayers that are said are normally something like an 'Our Father' or 'Hail Mary' and yes they say a grace at lunch time, in the classroom before going to lunch, any other prayers that are said in school other than them would just really be a blessing for the day/evening etc nothing too dramatic, Hi I am a teacher in a catholic school, You should be aware that catholicism is a big part of school life and everything is based on gospal values. Hi, She had concern's about my son attending the school because of his current [...] - Poster:Lucy T(494) - Page: 2 - Pages:3 - Last post30-06... Read more on … We have been refused a space (due to it being full) and have been told our catchment school is now also full. 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