Why is RE successful at Handale?
At Handale Primary, we aim for...
Children to develop their respect for and sensitivity to others, in particular for those with faiths and beliefs different to their own.
Children to develop a knowledge of Christianity as the main religion within Great Britain whilst also taking into account the teachings and practices of other principal religions and worldviews in Great Britain including Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Humanism.
Pupil’s dialogue to continue to develop with regards to religions and worldviews.
Pupils dialogue to continue to develop when they discuss their personal beliefs, ideas, values and experiences. They should do this clearly and coherently and with confidence ensuring that they are respecting the rights of others who have differing views.
Staff to feel confident when teaching RE.
Children to understand the purpose of RE, why it is taught and when it is being taught.
The profile of RE to be raised within Handale Primary School.
Religious Education Long Term Plan
To view the RE Curriculum Overview, please click here
To view the Assurance of Curriculum Provision for RE and British Values, please click here
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