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St Peter's Brafferton Church of England VA Primary School

Aspiring, believing and achieving together

Religious Education

As a Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School, Religious Education forms a key part of our curriculum. Learning about other religions and cultures, as well as our own, helps children to understand more about the world we live in.  Our curriculum for RE explores Christianity deeply using 'Understanding Christianity' and is based on a themed approach to build on children's understanding, as well as exploring Judaism, Sikhism, Buddhism and Hinduism.

 

At St Peter's, Religious Education is a core academic subject, but also provides opportunity for children to understand what it means to be a religious believer in the world today and to encounter the values of the Christian community of the school that they are a part of. Religious Education in our school is taught in accordance with the aims of the Leeds and York Diocesan Syllabus.

 

Our Religious Education supports children to recognise and act on the insights, principles, beliefs, attitudes and values that will influence, inspire or guide them in life.

 

Pupils have the opportunity to:

  • Learn about and from the life, teaching and example of Jesus Christ through the Gospels
  • Explore and discover Christianity locally, nationally and globally
  • Recognise and learn from diversity within Christianity.
  • See the Christian faith in the context of religious diversity, learning about and from other major religions and beliefs in the UK
  • Face the challenges of diversity with respect
  • Access a wide range of resources and artefacts

 

To read our Religious Education Policy 2018, please click here:

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