Religious Education (R.E.)
Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement
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Curriculum content map
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Pupil voice 22-23
KS1 children say:
"RE is Religious Education."
"I like watching videos."
"I like drawing pictures and labelling."
"We went to church."
"We got a bracelet with pictures of everything in the story of Jesus’ birth."
"Open the book tell us stories about Jesus."
KS2 children say:
"I like RE because you get to learn about different religions."
"I like it because you learn about other people and what their religions are."
"You get to talk and do lots of partner work."
"There’s no right answers in RE. You can have an opinion and you can change it."
"I liked it when my friend read us a book about Islam."
"I liked it when ____ brought in a prayer mat to show us."
"You can debate about things."
"In year 2, We went to GMC and we got a bracelet to remember the Christmas story."
"I’m not religious but I like learning about other religions and what people do."
"You can have class discussions so you have to be respectful."
"We went to a Synagogue, a Church and a Mosque, in year 5."
"Teachers are not allowed to say their opinions or religions so we are not influenced."
"We have a lot of freedom in RE to have opinion and have discussions."
"If RE was a tree, it would have a lot of branches! There is a lot of different meanings and morals to explore. There’s lots of reasons behind things and lots of history."