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Religious Education

“Different faiths are bound together by the need to help the younger generation to become considerate and active citizens.”

Queen Elizabeth II

RE is an important curriculum subject. It is important in its own right and also makes a unique contribution to the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils and supports wider community cohesion. The Government is keen to ensure all pupils receive high-quality RE.

WE CAN Provide teaching that develops knowledge and skills so children can learn and progress effectively

WE CAN Offer enriching activities, event and experiences

WE CAN Work together to remove barriers and ensure equality

WE CAN Build independent and resilient learners who are able to communicate confidently

WE CAN Listen to and treat each other and all members of the community with respect, tolerance and concern

WE CAN Recognise ability, maximise potential and prepare children well for their future and life in modern Britain

Online Learning

BBC Bitesize and BBC Teach have lots of resources:

Bitesize RE (KS1)

Religions of the World

Bitesize RE (KS2)

Religious Studies