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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

 

Religions are different roads converging to the same point. What does it matter that we take a different road, so long as we reach the same goal - Mohandas Gandhi 

It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it - Aristotle

At Wolston St Margaret's C of E Primary School, Christianity and Christian values thread through all that we do at Wolston St Margaret’s.  Learning about religion and learning from religion helps prepare our children for the ever changing world they live in. RE helps to ensure pupils become responsible, understanding citizens by addressing issues of local, national and global concern, placing them in both spiritual and moral contexts. 

We believe RE should motivate and interest our children, enabling them to enjoy and value learning about human experiences. RE should enable them to see the diversity of the world’s religions and their beliefs, helping our children to gain an understanding of everyone’s right to hold different beliefs.

As a Church of England Primary School, we have close links with our parish church and the church team and have our own School Chaplain.

For further information about our RE Curriculum, please see the documents and information below:

RE Intent Statement

RE Policy

RE Long Term Plan

RE Lesson Snapshot

 

RE LEARNING LEAFLETS

Learning Leaflets include key vocabulary with definitions, dates and timelines, maps, significant individuals and other contextual knowledge along with key skills the children will need to demonstrate. We expect the majority of children to know the information on the learning leaflet by the end of the unit of work and be able to recall key detail.

The facts on the Learning Leaflet are the crystallised, necessary information about a topic but they don't represent the topic in its entirety and many children will have a far deeper understanding and be able to discuss and elaborate much further.

 

YEAR 1

Autumn Term - Faith Community    Spring Term - Special & Scared Times     Summer Term - Sacred Places

                                             Autumn Term - Christianity   

                                                                                                                        

YEAR 2 

Autumn Term - Caring for the World        Spring Term - Islam          Summer Term - Sacred Books

                                                     Autumn Term - Hinduism                          Spring Term - Judaism                

 

YEAR 3

Autumn Term - Christianity       Spring Term - Beliefs about God           Summer Term - Prayer

                                                        Spring Term - Religious Festivals         Summer Term - The Bible

 

YEAR 4 

Autumn Term - Hinduism       Spring Term - Right & Wrong         Summer Term - Religious Festivals

                                                Spring Term - Jesus                       Summer Term - Life as a Journey

 

YEAR 5

Autumn Term - God's Existence       Spring Term - What Would Jesus Do        Summer Term - Islam

                                                    Autumn Term - Places of Worship   Spring Term - Sikhism               

 

YEAR 6

Autumn Term - Christians & Humanists     Spring Term -  Art vs Charity     Summer Term - Religion in Difficult  

                                          Autumn Term - Ahisma Grace & Ummah