St Bridget’s CE Primary School _ Religious Education
Our RE curriculum is intended to offer a broad and rich RE curriculum to allow for a variety of ways to explore different religions, communities and personal development and wellbeing. Through the units, children will know about and understand a range of religions and world views. They will be able to identify, investigate and respond to a variety of issues.
Planned opportunities for SMSC, personal growth and community cohesion allow children to develop positive attitudes and values by reflecting on and relating their learning in RE to their own experiences. The intent is to make sure that children understand the relevance of RE in today’s modern world and how it affects our lives.
St Bridget’s CE Primary School follows the Blackburn and Lancashire Diocesan Board of Education’s Questful RE scheme. This is taught on a two year rolling programme to support mixed aged classes. The scheme is enhanced and brought to life by educational visits and visitors to school, good quality artefacts and on line resources. RE is also linked to our school’s collective worship themes on values which involve the whole school community. As a church school, Christianity is also strongly supported by our local churches working together for Brigham providing valuable experience days linked to major festivals in the church calendar.
Appropriate to age, at the end of their education in our church school the expectation is that all pupils are religiously literate and (as a minimum)they are able to:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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