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Religious Education at Waldringfield

RE Overview

Who is this scheme for?

This scheme of work meets requirements for the Suffolk RE Agreed Syllabus 2012. It is suitable for Community and Voluntary Controlled C of E primaries and follows the Emmanuel Project scheme of work.

We teach RE in mixed age classes. This means that we follow a cycle of RE plans over a two year period. The above chart shows which cycle is taught each year to ensure children cover all areas as they move through the school.

EYFS

The scheme of work meets the requirements of the Suffolk Agreed Syllabus p.20-21 i.e.
a. to introduce Christianity as the ‘heritage religion’ of the country and the one that most
influences school and community life
b. to build on religions represented among the pupils e.g. different Christian denominations
or the major world religions, so the experiences and interests of children can be used as
starting points for learning and teaching.
c. To sample from major world religions, outside the children’s experience, in order to extend
their knowledge and understanding.

KS1

The programme of study meets the exact requirements of the syllabus i.e.
 7 learning themes for Christianity (approx. 6-8 hours / half-term) e.g. Believing
 4 specified learning themes for Judaism
 an encounter with examples from other religions as appropriate e.g. Islam

KS2

The programme of study meets the exact requirements of the syllabus i.e.
 9 learning themes for Christianity (approx. 6-8 hours / half-term) e.g.
Inspirational People
 4 specified learning themes for Islam and Hinduism
 any 2 learning themes for Judaism, Sikhism, Buddhism
 an encounter with Humanism or other non-religious world-view

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