Religious Education

Religious Education in a Church Aided School has a unique position in the curriculum.  As a church school, we see that the Christian faith informs all aspects of our life together and commits us to a search for truth.

Religious Education at Calverley CE explores how individuals and communities make meaning and sense of their lives through the major religions of the world. It enables pupils to know about, understand and respond to the important and ultimate questions of life.

Religious Education is taught in such a way that it inspires pupils to explore, develop and affirm their own faith and values and have respect for the faith, beliefs and values of others.

We recognise that Religious Education is a distinct from collective worship and other curriculum subjects, therefore timetabling specific teaching time in each year group.

We follow the Diocesan Syllabus for Religious Education produced by the Dioceses of Leeds and York.  It is designed to meet the expectations set out in the ‘Religious Education in Church of England Schools: A Statement of Entitlement’ (2016). This syllabus promotes broad and rich learning in RE through three core elements:

  • Making sense of belief
  • Understanding the impact
  • Making connections

For more information, please see our RE Policy in the document list to the right of this page.

 Calverley CE SIAMS Report - Sept 2014.pdfDownload
 RE Policy - Calverley CEVA Primary School.pdfDownload
 Religious Education - A Statement of Entitlement 2016.pdfDownload
 Whole School Long Term Plan 19-20.pdfDownload
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