Religious Education Subject Lead

“As R.E. lead, my vision is that our children experience the diverse beliefs and cultures of six of the major religions of the world: Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism. We aim to give our children the tools to be global citizens who can show understanding, appreciation, love and respect for all.”

  Mrs. K. Whitehouse


  • To develop knowledge and understanding of different beliefs and practices, including festivals, worship, rituals and ways of life, in order to find out about the meanings behind them and make connections between different features of the religions.
  • Expressing ideas and insights by asking and responding to questions about what individuals and communities do, and why, so that pupils can identify what difference belonging to a community might make. Observe and understand varied examples of religions and world views so that they can explain, with reasons, their meanings and significance to individuals and communities.
  • Gaining and deploying skills – Explore questions about belonging, meaning and truth so that they can express ideas and opinions in response using words, music, art or poetry. Discuss and present thoughtfully their own and others’ views on challenging questions about belonging, meaning, purpose and truth, applying ideas of their own in different forms including reasoning, music, art and poetry.

Religious Education Curriculum Design


Whole School Religious Education Overview