Religious Education Subject Leader: Lily Woolmer-Tyler
- To motivate and enthuse all groups of learners by providing opportunities for a broad, balanced and deep understanding of the main world religions.
- To challenge and support all pupils through carefully planned sequences of lessons, provision of a wide range of resources and thought-provoking questioning to encourage exploration of their own beliefs as well as the beliefs of others.
- To make cross-curricular links and promote language, literacy and mathematical skills by through use of cross-curricular topics and planned activities which require pupils to use literacy and maths skills that are appropriate to the year group.
- To promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, emotional and physical development of pupils by studying a breadth of different religions and their core beliefs and encouraging them to reflect on their own beliefs, values and experiences.
To be added.
· A curriculum that covers a variety of religions that are explored in depth - core beliefs, practices and expression of that religion.
· Cross-curricular links made with other subjects.
· The Y3 trip to St Mary Magdalene Church – gives them experience of a Christian place of worship, deepens their understanding of Christian’s beliefs and practices, as well as strengthening our links with the local community.