Our RE curriculum is designed to engage and enthuse learners whilst nurturing their understanding and awareness of belonging and diversity whatever their own family background, personal beliefs and practices.
It is our intent that children will learn about a range of religions and world views and through mutual respect, tolerance of others’ views and exposure to different religious views, pupils will gain a deep knowledge and understanding of the modern world. In doing so we enable our children to make their own informed decisions and to have the aspiration and confidence to voice their views.
In our schools, we follow Gloucestershire Agreed Syllabus. The Gloucestershire Agreed Syllabus for RE has a threefold aim:
1. Make sense of a range of religious and non-religious beliefs.
2. Understand the impact and significance of religious and non-religious beliefs.
3. Make connections between religious and non-religious beliefs, concepts, practices and ideas studied.
|What is the ‘Trinity’ and why is it important for Christians?
|What do Christians learn from the creation story?
|What does it mean if Christians believe God is holy and loving?
|Creation and science: conflicting or complimentary?
|What do Hindus believe God is like?
|What is it like for someone to follow God?
|What does it mean to be a Muslim in Britain today?
|Why do some people believe in God and some people not?
|What does it mean to be Hindu in Britain today?
|How do festivals and worship show what matters to a Muslim?
|Why do Christians believe Jesus was the Messiah?
|7 Why do Hindus want to be good?
|How do festivals and family life show what matters to Jewish people?
|Why do Christians call the day Jesus died ‘Good Friday’
|Why is the Torah so important to Jewish people?
|What do Christians believe Jesus did to ‘save’ people?
|What kind of world did Jesus want?
|For Christians, when Jesus left, what was the impact of Pentecost?
|Christians and how to live: ‘What would Jesus do?’
|For Christians, what kind of king is Jesus?
|How and why do people make the world a better place?
|How and why do people mark the significant events of life
|What matters most to Humanists and Christians?
|How does faith help people when life gets hard?
For the RE syllabus please click here.