Religious Education at Colwich

‘Differences were meant not to divide but to enrich.’ 

J.H. Oldham  


According to the Religious Education Council, ‘the ability to understand the faith or belief of individuals and communities and how these may shape their culture or behaviour, is an invaluable asset for children in modern day Britain.’ At Colwich Primary School, the Religious Education curriculum plays an integral role in defining the school’s distinctive Christian character, alongside developing children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. 

Through studying Religious Education, we invite children to share in understanding and appreciating the richness of our diverse world. We master the theological skills of making sense, understanding impact and making connections to enrich our personal understanding of world religions and our own spirituality. As a Church school, RE has a vital role in developing and deepening pupils understanding of Christianity, in all its forms, and fostering appreciation and understanding of other world faiths and traditions. 

Have a look at our RE curriculum using the links below:

RE Curriculum Statement
RE Long Term Plan – 2023-2025
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