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RELIGIOUS EDUCATION


At Snaresbrook Primary School, it is our intent that we give pupils the tools to combat prejudice, preparing them for their lives in the our modern world. Our Religious Education curriculum reflects this intent. We follow the recently updated Redbridge Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education (SACRE) 2021. The aim of the Redbridge SACRE has been to produce a syllabus that will inspire and equip the children and young people in Redbridge schools, and through the teaching of the syllabus our aim is that the children develop respect for, and understanding of, the different communities in this school and the wider community that they are part of.  Our RE teaching is designed to prepare children for living in and sharing in an inclusive community by teaching them how to be sensitive to the issues of the day: race, religion, gender, equality and culture. 

How is RE implemented?


In the Early Years and Foundation Stage, Religious Education is taught throughout the year as part of one of the four specific areas of learning: 'Understanding of the World'. 

In Key Stages 1 and 2, RE is taught through weekly, discrete lessons which encompass religious enquiry questions, as well as teaching the beliefs of world religions.

Through daily collective worship and celebrations of festivals of faith, children learn about differences and similarities between religions. Themes for daily collective worship include respect, responsibility, resilience, honesty and compassion. 

RE Challah bread(1)

Snaresbrook RE Curriculum


Every child at Snaresbrook Primary School engages in quality Religious Education form their entry into Nursery until the end of KS2 in Year 6. Click on the links below to find out more about our curriculum. 

Religious Education Websites/Suggestions for Home Learning


There are lots of ways in which you can support your child with their RE learning at home. Below is a list of websites that can support learning at home:

1. BBC Teach has an excellent series of videos called My Life, My Religion  KS2 Religious Studies - BBC Teach

2. For younger children, BBc Teach has a video called Religions of the World KS1 Religious Studies - BBC Teach

3. School Learning Zone has lots of information for all primary age groups 

School Learning Zone - KS1 RE (school-learningzone.co.uk)

School Learning Zone - KS2 RE (school-learningzone.co.uk)

Beyond the National Curriculum


We are always looking for opportunities to further develop the children's understanding in History in school by organising trips, visitors and workshops. Please see the enriching experiences that we have taken part in. 

Christmas Assembly

We were lucky to have a visit from the Christian Education Project this week, they did two assemblies for all the children.

The children were excellent and asked lots of great questions at the end.

A huge thank you to the Christian Education Project for coming into Snaresbrook.

 

Knitted Nativity

Hanukkah

Christingles


The Christain Education Project came into work with Year 1 and made christingles. Year 1 learned about the different parts of the Christingle and what they represent. 

 

Knitted Nativity


Reception were able to take part in a Knitted Nativity. The Christian Education Project reacted the story of the birth of Jesus using the different knitted characters. 

Reception had a great afternoon learning more about Christmas and the nativity. 

Hanukkah


The Nursery made Hanukkah cards and learnt a Dreidel song together. They enjoyed learning about Hanukkah. 

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