At Warren Park, we follow the Hampshire agreed syllabus, Living Difference, to provide a holistic view of religious traditions, preparing children for life in Modern Britain after their Warren Park journey. We aim to support the development of the children’s own values and their contribution to the promotion of British Values.
- Teachers impart good subject knowledge to provide RE which:
- allows children to explore a range of topics where they can interpret and respond to a variety of concepts, beliefs and practices within different religions, cultures and ways of life.
- promotes respect, tolerance and understanding for the beliefs of other faiths
- contributes to the children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
- exposes children to examples of religious stories, festivals, artefacts, places of worship, rituals and beliefs to enable them to interpret and evaluate relevant concepts.
Our RE curriculum is taught in blocks at the end of each half term and we celebrate the work that children have done during this time in a whole school sharing assembly on the Friday afternoon of our ‘RE Week’. We are always proud of the work that our children produce and it is a joy to end our half terms together as a community sharing examples of the children’s learning.
Parents have the right to withdraw their child from Religious Education and will need to discuss this with the Head Teacher