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Welcome back to Spring Term 2. Last day of term is Thursday 28th March for the Easter holidays and back to school on Monday 15th April.

Implementation

Our RE curriculum is divided into 4 key enquiry questions for each year group to be taught throughout the year, each divided into sequences of lessons. The content and outcomes delivered by our RE curriculum is in line with The Nottinghamshire Agreed Syllabus for RE 2021-2026. RE is taught through planned, purposeful play and through a mix of adult-led and child-initiated activities in the EYFS and embedded throughout different aspects of learning. Children encounter religions and worldviews through special people, books, times, places and objects and by visiting places of worship. They use their imagination and curiosity to develop their appreciation of and wonder at the world in which they live and understanding ‘Our Place in Our World’ 

Our RE curriculum provides scope for cross curricular links that motivates pupils and supports them to make connections, know more and remember more. ‘Creating Connections’ is one of our curriculum drivers. The order of which the enquiry questions are taught provide natural progression and clear sequences of learning that builds upon the children’s prior knowledge and skills. The amount of religions taught increase throughout each key stage with an increasingly rich knowledge base about religions and worldviews. Festivals are celebrated throughout the year as appropriate including Christmas, Diwali, Easter with activities, events and trips that strengthen the children’s learning and providing a memorable experience. RE themes are also celebrated throughout weekly assemblies and some special assemblies with visitors from the local church. We enable the opportunity for children to share their own religious festivals amongst their year group to celebrate and highlight their religion to the other children. External provision provided for UKS2 ‘Bible Explorers’ to fulfil learning objectives. Our lessons have a focus on key vocabulary work (‘Wonderful Words’ curriculum driver) as this helps to fully embrace the learning. As with all of our learning, children are able to celebrate their success by publishing and sharing their work with families on Seesaw or documenting their learning in their books.

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