At Grange Primary School, we follow the Hartlepool SACRE syllabus. The content taught is coherant and progressive, enabling pupils to deepen their knowledge and understanding of religious and non-religious worldviews. and their understanding of the complex, diverse and plural nature of belief systems.
Enquiry questions are at the heart of RE from the Early Years. They enable pupils to build on previous learning and deepen and broaden their understanding through increasingly sophisticated and complex systematic and thematic enquiries.
Within this syllabus, pupils will build religious literacy by:
In this syllabus, these areas are called the three elements of RE and cover the aims of RE. These elements are interlinked and allow pupils to make good progress in RE.
The religions taught through this syllabus are:
EY: Christianity and Hinduism taught through topics and themes.
KS1: Christianity and Hinduism
KS2: Christianity, Islam and Sikhism.
RE Intent, Implementation and Impact
Th following document outlines the intent, implementation and impact for RE at Grange Primary School.
If you would like further information regarding our RE curriculum at Grange, please contact Mrs Parkinson, our RE lead, through the school office.