Subject Lead: Mrs Heming
‘Differences were meant not to divide but to enrich.’
Our RE curriculum is constructed to educate children about a variety of faiths (Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Hinduism) and non-religious views. RE lessons are structured to challenge children’s thinking and giving them the opportunity to explore different faiths and beliefs. Our long term plan is structured to cover faith celebrations related to coverage in each class and significant events in RE as a subject throughout the year. From EYFS to Year 6, children are given the opportunities to explore these religions and themes in weekly lessons.
At Abbey Hulton Primary School we believe that good RE teaching and learning happens when:
constructed to educate children about a variety of faiths (Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Hinduism) and non-religious views.
KS1-2 From Year 1 to Year 6 we follow our local authority syllabus and Understanding Christianity scheme of work. RE is taught weekly, predominantly by the class teacher to ensure quality first teaching.
Throughout the year we celebrate various events in the RE calendar such as Interfaith Week and the NATRE Spirited Arts competition. Within our long term plan, each class has designated faith dates to celebrate which match their curriculum content throughout the year to ensure children are being exposed to a multisensory curriculum with lots of opportunity to deepen their knowledge within their designated faith.
By the time our children leave our school they will: