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R.E at St George's School

At St George's School, our Religious Education (R.E) curriculum contributes to children's education by provoking challenging questions about; the meaning and purpose in life, beliefs about God, ultimate reality, issues of right and wrong and what it means to be human.  The engaging and stimulation lessons help to nurture; informed and resilient responses to misunderstanding, stereotyping and division. It will develop children’s skills of; enquiry, reasoned argument and reflection.  In our diverse society, children are enriched by the diversity of cultures and beliefs and need more than ever before, to understand other people’s beliefs, culture and traditions. Therefore R.E will enable them to develop their own ideas, values and identities. 


Our intent at St George's School is to provide a meaningful and memorable Religious Education curriculum that will develop children's skills of; enquiry, reasoned argument and reflection.


RE in action! Bill, a local Humanist visited Year 5.


Our R.E Curriculum

Our curriculum is intended to be progressive, build on prior learning and to actively encourage children to have purposeful memorable experiences. We recognise our school has an ideal setting to explore religions and use the local environment as a rich learning resource. We actively seek opportunities to deepen our pupils’ awareness using a local humanist, local Buddhist group in town and the local Christian church near our school. We provide our children with an understanding and tolerance of the multicultural world in which we live.

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