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RE at Ryvers - Miss Lamba smiley

 

At Ryvers we believe that Religious Education should develop in pupils an aptitude for dialogue so that they can participate positively in our society with its diversity of beliefs. They learn to articulate clearly and coherently their personal beliefs, ideas, values and experiences, whilst respecting the right of others to differ. Religious education supports pupils in developing their sense of identity and belonging and enables them to flourish individually within their communities and as citizens in a diverse world.

Discussions in lessons are based around focusing on the similarities between the religions, cultural beliefs and traditions. In the current climate and modern world there is a need for  young people who are sufficiently confident in their own beliefs and values and those that  can respect the religious and cultural differences of others in return contributing  to a cohesive and compassionate society.

Religion and beliefs inform our values and are reflected in what we say and how we behave. RE is an important subject in itself, developing an individual’s knowledge and understanding of the religions and beliefs which form part of contemporary society. Religious education provokes challenging questions about the ultimate meaning and purpose of life, beliefs about God, the self and the nature of reality, issues of right and wrong, and what it means to be human. It can develop pupils’ knowledge and understanding of Christianity, of other principal religions, other religious traditions and worldviews that offer answers to questions such as these. RE also contributes to pupils’ personal development and well-being and to community cohesion by promoting mutual respect and tolerance in a diverse society. RE can also make important contributions to other parts of the school curriculum such as personal, social, health and citzenship education (PSHCE), the humanities, education for sustainable development and others. It offers opportunities for personal reflection and spiritual development, deepening the understanding of the significance of religion in the lives of others – individually, communally and cross-culturally.

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SUBJECT OVERVIEW

Home Learning

Support for parents and children!

 RE Today, in parentship with NATRE, have produced a series of free, quality-assured online resources to support parents and their children with the provision of RE activities for use during the coronavirus crisis.

These resources are available for anyone to access at:
www.natre.org.uk/about-natre/free-resources-for-you-and-your-pupils/

 

Other Websites

https://www.reonline.org.uk/supporting-re

* www.solarity.org.uk

* https://openvieweducation.co.uk/homeschooling-wellbeing-story/

* https://www.london.gov.uk/coronavirus/london-learning-at-home

 

Islam                                                           Christianity

https://t.co/PCYifpuO0p                                                                 https://www.christianaid.org.uk/schools/primary-teaching-resources

https://www.truetube.co.uk/film/great-british-ramadan

 

Sikhism                                                         Atheism

 www.Sikh-Vision.com                                                   https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t3-re-5-atheism-lesson-pack                                                        

Judaism

https://limmud.org/event/jw3-limmud-present-it-says-what/all/

Hinduism

https://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/hinduism

 

 

Useful Websites

  • Ryvers Primary School,
  • Trelawney Avenue,
  • Slough,
  • Berkshire,
  • SL3 7TS
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