RE

RE is taught discretely throughout Key Stages One and Two, and as part of a topic-based approach in EYFS. Children in Key Stages One and Two are taught RE on a rolling cycle with another subject (i.e. They will study RE weekly for half of the year). We follow the updated Leeds Agreed Syllabus for RE which states that RE teaching should average out to an hour a week. To meet this need, we also add in two RE days to our annual timetable, in which our usual timetables are collapsed, where classes focus on a thematic RE unit. 

Please find here the primary national guidance for RE.

Please find here the long-term plan for RE.

Throughout the year, we focus on different religious celebrations and holy days in our assemblies. Each year, we encourage each class to visit a holy building or host a religious representative to discuss their faith.  

Assessment in RE is completed formatively, lesson to lesson, to reshape planning and teaching. Summative assessments at the end of units take into consideration children’s work over time as well as their final extended piece.

For further information about our RE curriculum, please speak to Miss Crook.