Curriculum – Religious Education (RE)

Subject Leader  

The subject leader for RE is Miss Alex Ward.

They can be contacted by emailing office@ffspschools.co.uk using the subject title FAO of Miss Alex Ward.

With oversight and support from our Senior Leadership team subject leaders oversee and monitor the intent, implementation and impact of their subject.

Intent – The ambition and principles of our curriculum for our children. The curriculum content we expect children to learn. What we expect children to know. There is additional information on our intent – link to intent page 

Implementation – How the intentions are realised. The sequence and strategies used to ensure children know and remember more. There is additional information on our implementation  – link to implementation pages 

Impact – How we check and see if children know what we expect them to and how we help them further if needed. How knowledge and skills learnt improved and enriches their lives socially, emotionally, spiritually as well as academically.  

 

Subject Rationale 

Each subject has a rationale outlining in more detail the intent, implementation and impact for the subject.

Please click on this link to access the Rationale for: Subject Rationale for RE


Subject Sequence and Knowledge Progression 

The documents below outline in more detail the sequence children will follow in relation to:

RE statement of entitlement for church schools  – RE Statement of Entitlement for Church Schools (2)

As church schools we recognise the importance of teaching RE as an academic subject. We recognise are responsibility to teach it to a high standard taking into account our statutory dubieties as outlined in the statement of entitlement.

RE agreed syllabus  – North Yorkshire Agreed Syllabus 2019-2024

As a North Yorkshire Voluntary Controlled Church School, we use the North Yorkshire Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education. We actively engage in NYCC Re networks to support the continual improvement of RE teaching and learning.

Teaching Sequence of RE  – Long Term Sequence Religious Education

Progression Overview for RE knowledge understanding  and skills   – Click on the link to access this document.

RE long term plan – Click on the link to access: RE Long Term Plan

Understanding Christianity http://www.understandingchristianity.org.uk/

We have actively chosen to use this substantial resource that supports the teaching of Christianity in Religious Education.

The key purpose of this project is to help all teachers support pupils in developing their own thinking and their understanding of Christianity, as a contribution to their understanding of the world and their own experience within it.

 

Knowledge Organisers  

To help children secure the intended knowledge we are developing a range of child friendly knowledge organisers to support our curriculum implementation. Some examples are attached below:

 

RE KS1 – knowledge summary_What makes places sacred.

RE KS1- Gospel What is the Good news that Jesus Brings

RE KS1- Who is a Muslim and what do they believe

 

Years 1 & 3 Judaism

KS1 RE WHAT DO CHRISTIANS BELIEVE

KS1 WHAT DO MUSLIMS BELIEVE

KS2 RE Hinduism Knowledge Organiser

Year 3&4 Trinity Knowledge Summary

Years 3&4 People of God

KS2 RE Knowledge organiser Arts

Impact Examples 

We are pleased to share some examples of how knowledge and skills learnt have improved and enriched our children’s lives socially, emotionally, spiritually as well as academically. (To follow)