We follow the North Yorkshire RE Agreed Syllabus.
RE is taught as a discrete subject. Pupils are welcomed from any religious faith or none, and will find their opinions respected and valued. Planning occurs in three phases: long-term, medium-term and short-term.
At Key Stage One we focus on Christianity, studying the Christian celebrations of Harvest Festival, Easter and Christmas, and we learn about the Jewish beliefs, customs and religious texts.
At Key Stage Two we focus on Christianity. In Lower Key Stage Two we also learn about the Hindu faith. In Upper Key Stage Two we learn about Islamic beliefs, customs and religious texts. There is a two year rolling programme.
Early Years Foundation Stage
At this stage R.E. is incorporated within the areas of personal, social and emotional development and knowledge of the world. The children are encouraged to develop a positive sense of themselves, and others and to learn how to form positive and respectful relationships. They are encouraged to think about their own community and their place within this. They will be given the opportunity to develop their emerging moral and cultural awareness.
Roecliffe head over to St Mary's church for the Harvest festival.Enter text...
At part of our R.E. week on festivals each class makes a Harvest loaf. Enter text...
The Harvest loaves were very challenging to make. They needed a lot of team work. Well done!Enter text...
Some of the Harvest loaves were added to the Harvest decorations in St Mary's church.Enter text...
Religious Education at Roecliffe
- It is our hope that the children at Roecliffe C. of E. Primary School will be encouraged, through the Agreed North Yorkshire Syllabus, to explore their own beliefs, values and traditions and those of others in meaningful and engaging ways.
- We hope to encourage pupils to share their diverse range of experiences and grow individually and together with sensitivity and respect towards people of all faiths and none.
- We hope to enable all pupils to consider the impact of people’s beliefs on how they choose to lead their lives.
- We aim to create an appreciation of diversity, to promote shared values and to challenge racism and discrimination.
- As a Church of England School we foster strong links with our local community. We are also teaching about the wider region, the UK and world around us.
- We hope to develop an understanding of and respect for others and achieve a level of critical awareness that helps the children to become builders and shapers in the future.
Collective Worship in the school takes place in the context of whole school assemblies. These help to develop the spiritual, moral and cultural aspects of our pupils and promote Christian values and a caring ethos. They also allow for times of reflection and prayer. We have special links to St Mary’s Church in Roecliffe village where services like Harvest Festival and Christmas carols take place.
RE is a statutory requirement from Reception to Year Six. Parents have the right to withdraw their child from part or all of the RE lesson.
To view the long term plans for R.E. click here.
To view the R.E. Agreed Syllabus R.E. Agreed Syllabus
Year Three receive their new Bibles as part of the Harvest Festival celebrations.Enter text...
Beatrice made a world when she was learning about the Christian Creation Story and thought about how she would like the world to be.