Religious Education

“RE is like an iceberg. Once you unpack ideas, you come to understand deeper meaning” RE Quality Mark

Intent: Why we do what we do

Implementation: How do we teach Religious Education?

Whole school long term planning

Progression of knowledge and skills

We ensure that all our children know and understand the skills required as part of their RE curriculum. In Reflection journals, children are actively encouraged to reflect and discuss on the key skills they have shown either during an RE lesson. This is a really useful way not only for staff to assess the skills that are developed overtime, but for children to self-assess as part of their ongoing development. 

The Religious Education pathway

Progression of knowledge and skills

Christian Distinctiveness

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Christian distinctiveness at our school

Our motto

Bible stories

Courageous Advocacy