Religious Education (RE)
Our RE scheme of work is published by Blackburn Diocese and is based on 'Questful' learning whereby children learn about faith through questioning, enquiry, discussion and making connections. Our children enjoy learning about what it means to be a Christian, the impact of Jesus on lives in the past and now, and about major world faiths in their own communities and elsewhere. Through our RE teaching our children are able to think deeply about their world and their part within it.
The subject of RE is understood to be an important area of learning for our children. They know that it is just as important as maths and English as it forms the foundations for who they are as a person. Through RE our children reflect on their own attitudes and behaviour and consider the impact of their actions and words, on other people.
Our Global Neighbours Bronze Award is testimony to the importance given to RE teaching: our children want to and do, make a difference in God's world.