Logo
Get in touch
Translate
Search
Logo

St Margaret's CEVA Primary School

Transforming lives by living and learning together in God's love

Religious Education

Pupils are inspired by religious education (RE) and recognise it as a safe place to confidently explore their own faith and that of other people. This multi-faith school allows pupils from a wide variety of backgrounds to learn about each other’s faiths in an atmosphere of mutual respect and friendship.

SIAMS Report January 2020

 

We live in a multi-faith world, and I believe that it is important that all children gain a greater and clearer understanding of these different faiths.  Religious Education plays an important role within the life of our school, it actively supports the values of the school and the curriculum by promoting the values of justice, trust, respect and the care of all that is around us. 

Throughout their time at St Margaret’s our children learn from and about Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism and Humanism.

 

These faiths are taught throughout the school, using the Emmanuel Project and is based on the Suffolk Agreed Syllabus.  Each half term the children learn and focus on a key belief or concept, which is central to the teaching and learning.  These concepts are explored through different faiths throughout the child’s Primary Education.  The enquiry cycle model is used to develop each unit - Engage, Enquire, Explore, Evaluate and Express.   Each unit helps to develop the children’s thinking and shows progression within RE.  Within the lessons the children have the opportunity to learn in a variety of ways, including drama, art work, writing, small group discussions and music.  The children’s learning is recorded in Scrapbooks, which reflects the knowledge and understanding they have gained. 

RE places specific emphasis on the children valuing themselves and others, on the role of the family and the community in religious belief and activity, on the celebration of diversity in society through understanding similarities and differences, and on human stewardship of the earth.  Many of our children are keen to share with their peers, their own experiences from home, and how they celebrate their faith within their family. 

 

Miss H Peats

RE Curriculum Leader

What have we been learning about in RE?

Religious Education Long Term Plan at St Margaret's CEVAP School

Religious Education Policy

SIAMS Report from January 2020

Top