Trowell C of E Curriculum Vision – RE
At Trowell C of E, all aspects of school life centre around our four core values. These values are the backbone of the school. They encompass our expectations of all members of our school community, and our ultimate goal for all the children we teach. They can be seen in our relationships, expectations, routines, policies and our curriculum. The key aims of our curriculum are promoted through our RE curriculum in the following ways:
Curriculum enriched through visits/visitors - Mr Saddique, Holocaust centre
Appreciation of others and their different opinions, values and cultures and showing an understanding and respect for these.
To embrace our multi-cultural society.
Understand and appreciate morals, values and beliefs.
Develop a sense of belonging/togetherness/community.
Develop an understanding and appreciation of the world and the people in it.
Each unit of work has key facts for children to learn, and ‘Sticky Knowledge’ identified a conceptually essential knowledge.
Children need to acquire core knowledge and understanding of the beliefs and practices of the religions and worldviews which not only shape their history and culture but which guide their own development.
Reflection on topical issues/morals – right and wrong etc. and debating and discussing.
Asking ‘big’ questions.
Believe We Can Do It
Personal reflection and development.
Develop confidence in their own beliefs and values.
Building a range of skills in preparation for adult life.
Do The Right Thing
Promote respect for self and others and religious and cultural differences of others.
Personal responsibility and citizenship.
Enhance an understanding of global issues.