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As a Church of England School we seek to promote the Christian values of collective and individual care and responsibility; this goes hand in hand with our school vision for every child to be “Caring, Confident and Committed to their learning.”   The school aims to "...serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils.”

The principal aim of RE is to engage pupils in systematic enquiry into significant human questions which religion and worldviews address, so that they can develop the understanding and skills needed to appreciate and appraise varied responses to these questions, as well as develop responses of their own.

The RE syllabus (Worcester Agreed Syllabus and Understanding Christianity)  is based around a key question approach, where the questions open up the content to be studied.  These questions support teachers in delivering high-quality RE that enables coherence and progression.  The key questions give structured support in terms of ‘emerging’, ‘expected’ and ‘exceeding’ learning outcomes and suggested content to enable good planning and progression.

Pupils will be taught in class groups, following a whole school 2 year plan and units of work by RE Today.  Teachers will differentiate their approach and strategies to take account of pupils’ individual ability.  Work in RE is not always in written form and there is more of an emphasis on discussion, drama, dance, music and art. 

Syllabus Content

The syllabus requires that all pupils learn from Christianity in each key stage.  In addition, pupils will learn from the principal religions represented in the UK, in line with the law.  Non-religious worldviews including for example Humanism will also be  the focus for study.

Religious traditions are studied in depth as follows

Reception                   Christianity and other faiths, as part of their growing sense of self

KS1                              Christian and Muslims or Jewish people

KS2                              Christian, Muslims, Hindus and Jewish people

Collective Worship

We provide a daily act of school collective worship for all pupils:





Whole school

Songs of Praise


Whole school

Christian Values


Whole school

Out of the Box


Whole school

Roots and Fruits 2


Whole school

Celebration Assembly

Collective worship takes place in the hall, although the venue can flexible if required. The Headteacher, teachers and pupils lead collective worship on a rotational basis, Open the Book and other visitors also participate. Year 3/4 deliver collective worship at the end of every half term, which is based on the Christian Value that they have been focusing on.  The children plan and prepare this entire Collective Worship.

Understanding Christianity

Roots and Fruits 2


Note:  Parents do have the right to withdraw their child from RE, but we would ask that you organise a meeting with the Headteacher prior to starting at our school to discuss this further.