Our intent in the teaching of RE is for our pupils to develop an awareness of spiritual and moral issues arising in their lives and to be capable of reflecting on their own experiences, and of developing a personal response to the fundamental questions of life. Our intent is that they willdevelop their knowledge and understanding of Christianity and other major world Faiths and what it means to be committed to a Faith so they can develop an understanding of religious traditions, and an appreciation of cultural differences in the UK today preparing them for life in a multi-culturally diverse society.
Ensuring good quality planning of RE using Liverpool Agreed Syllabus and exemplar planning
Ensure good quality teaching of RE using materials mentioned above
Enrichment opportunities such as visits and visitors and use of artefacts, drama, art, music
Ensuring pupils have a balance of Learning About other Faiths and Learning From
Assessment of outcomes and monitoring of teaching and learning to ensure the above is happening
Pupils leave us in Year 6 with the developing ability to:
Be prepared to live in a pluralistic, multi-cultural society
To show respect and be tolerant of others
Use the tools, skills and opportunities to think and reflect for themselves about their own belief system, moral code and spirituality.