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Our RE leaders at All Saints' are:

 

  Infant school Junior school
Teacher responsible Mrs. Abigail Watkin Miss. Emma Harcup
Link governors responsible for RE and Collective Worship across All Saints' Geoff Stevens Father Richard Read

 

As a Church of England school, Religious Education has a high priority in our curriculum. 

 

Why do we teach R.E.?

 

R.E. teaching encourages our children to:

  • explore big questions;
  • understand the impact of faith on the lifestyles of those with and without beliefs;
  • discover how people of faith would express their faith and explain their ideas. 

 

Our R.E. curriculum is designed to help children to understand and engage with Christianity and to also understand and respect those of all faiths or none.

 

What do we explicitly teach?

 

We use a combination of Understanding Christianity and the Derbyshire Agreed Syllabus and have drawn up a long term plan for our school. 

 

 

Religions to be studied in depth 

Early Years and Key Stage 1 

(Years 1 and 2) 

Christianity 

Hinduism 

 

Key Stage 2 

(Years 3, 4, 5 and 6) 

Christianity 

Hinduism 

Islam 

 

 

We use lots of practical experiences and the children visit places of worship  including  Derby Cathedral, the Mosque and the Mandir and also meet people of faith from different communities.  We work together with The Open Centre and the Diocese of Derby so that children can gain the widest understanding of the diverse society in which we live.

 

 
       
       

 

 

We use lots of practical experiences and the children visit places of worship  including  Derby Cathedral, the Mosque and the Mandir and also meet people of faith from different communities.  We work together with The Open Centre and the Diocese of Derby so that children can gain the widest understanding of the diverse society in which we live.

 

Our teaching encourages children to explore big questions, to understand the impact of faith on the lifestyles of believers and discover how people of faith would express their faith and explain their ideas.  We respect the distinctiveness of these traditions as well as looking for common areas of belief.  Our curriculum is designed to help children to understand and engage with Christianity and to also understand and respect those of all faiths or none.

Our progressive RE curriculum

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