We follow the Norfolk Agreed Syllabus for RE with a rolling curriculum ensuring coverage of all areas throughout a child's journey through school.
Purpose of RE statement from the Norfolk Agreed Syllabus
High-quality RE will support pupils’ religious literacy. In the context of this syllabus, being religiously literate means that pupils will have the ability to hold balanced and well-informed conversations about religion and worldviews. Pupils will be able to make sense of religion and worldviews around them and begin to understand the complex world in which they live. RE is primarily about enabling pupils to become free thinking, critical participants of public discourse, who can make academically informed judgements about important matters of religion and belief which shape the global landscape.
• To know about and understand a range of religious and non-religious worldviews by learning to see these through theological,
philosophical and human/social science lenses.
• To express ideas and insights about the nature, significance and impact of religious and non-religious worldviews through a multidisciplinary approach.
• To gain and deploy skills rooted in theology, philosophy and the human/social sciences engaging critically with religious and non-reliigous