Religious Education

Through RE we aim:

For the children have space for individual reflection in order to form their own opinions, identity and worldview

For children enjoy learning about religion because it is taught in a creative and stimulating way that creates opportunities for curiosity. Children are encouraged to ask ‘big questions’ and use higher order thinking skills

For children have a sense of awe and wonder about the world around them.

To help pupils understand the impact of religion throughout the world - both presently and in the past.

To help pupils develop their social and moral development by encouraging a positive attitude and valuing the beliefs of others, however different from their own. It promotes understanding, tolerance and friendship.

To develop knowledge and understanding of Christian and other major religions in Britain as a whole and in the local community.

To develop investigative and research skills and to enable them to make reasoned judgements about religious issues.

A copy of our policy can be found below:

Documents

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Bridge Schools Religious Education Policy.pdf
Bridge Schools Religious Education Policy.pdf

 

 

 

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