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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION (RE)

Religious Education (RE) is centred around our children’s knowledge and understanding of the wider world and community around them. Our children enjoy their RE learning as they explore with their peers, collaborating and thinking creatively. They develop knowledge and skills for life, learning to reflect, consider and express their viewpoints as well as gaining a wider and more in depth understanding of the similarities and differences between different beliefs, values and practices of religion.

What Religious Education looks like in our school

             

The children look forward to their RE lessons and show maturity and respectfulness when discussing their learning. See What Religious Education looks like in our school above.

We follow the Lancashire Agreed Syllabus for RE. This covers the beliefs, practices and values of the Christian, Jewish and Hindu religions. The Syllabus teaches the children to learn about and reflect on Shared Human Experience, Beliefs and Values, Living Religious Traditions and Search for Personal Meaning.

See what our children learn about Religious Education in the Pupil Voice slideshows and videos below.

      

Children enjoy a range of activities including exploring artefacts, tasting foods and learning stories related to a variety of festivals, for example Diwali. We also enjoy responding to the diverse religious and cultural backgrounds within our school community and have visitors share celebrations such as Chinese New Year and the Islamic festival of Eid-al-Fitr with the children.

A big part of our school year is Christingle in December. The children enjoy making Christingles to bring home in their classrooms and learn about their significance in our special Christingle assembly.

Our WOW Experiences

Pupil Voice

Reception

              

Reception Pupil Voice Website.MOV

              

Year 1

                   

Year 1 Pupil Voice Website .MOV

               

Year 2

                    

Year 2 Pupil Voice Website.MOV

 

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