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We have referred to specific RE lessons in The Sheffield syllabus to offer a broad range of study for children studying RE. We have suggested specific series of lessons for each year group, which will offer structure and narrative but are no means to be used exclusively, rather to be used to support planning. In KS1, children begin to look at other religions, focusing on celebrations and rituals. In KS2, we offer a wider range of learning opportunities about the world’s religions including deeper understanding of the origin of those religions and their key stories and teachings. Throughout both key stages, emphasis on personal growth and community cohesion is evident, allowing for personal development for the children from KS1 to the end of KS2. There are unit overviews available, which demonstrates where challenge and differentiation will show development of skills. As well as unit overviews, end of unit assessments are available to support teachers in making sure children have reached the intended outcomes. Key words have been included to show the progression skills around the specific language involved in the children’s learning, so teachers can assess their understanding and progress through vocabulary as well.



At Intake we believe that the impact of RE lessons will be for children to have a better understanding of the religions that make up the UK landscape and how they can learn from and work alongside each other to create community cohesion. All children will be more informed about their position in the world, and the decisions they can make impacting their future. All children in school will be able to talk confidently about their wellbeing, moral and cultural development for the society in which they live. The RE curriculum will promote inquisitive minds, respect, tolerance and understanding for all those around them including themselves. We want to enable high quality work to be produced and evidenced, showcasing a deep understanding of the main religions of the world, their community and their future. This evidence will be seen through using the correct vocabulary, explanations and respectful opinions, as well as cross-curricular evidence, for example religious and cultural art work, drama, craft and presentations. Impact will be seen by all teachers and children enjoying the experience of teaching and learning RE and understanding how it can help them in their future.