Religious Education makes up at least 10% of our teaching time. The “Come and See” scheme of work forms the basis of our curriculum for Religious Education and this is supplemented with a variety of other resources. The Bible is a vital resource for our school life. We aim to deliver the objectives within our scheme of work in the most creative and engaging ways possible. This could include writing, reading, art, drama, debate and the use of ICT. Cross curricular approaches to Religious Education are encouraged e.g. R.E through literacy – using a religious topic for the basis of a Big Write; using religious work as a stimulus for art work; using ICT to research aspects of Religious Education.
Reflection is an important aspect of religious education, and we provide opportunities for this, even our very youngest children.