Beliefs and Values Teaching at Barrow CEVC Primary School
We are judged as an
Outstanding Church School by SIAMS, and R.E. – which we call ‘Beliefs and
Values’ is one of the richest and most enjoyed areas of learning in the school.
We follow the Agreed Suffolk Syllabus for R.E.
Pupils are given the opportunity to explore the practices and beliefs of those
from the Jewish faith, Islam, Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Humanism, as well
as various expressions of Christianity.
- We use the Suffolk Emmanuel Scheme, which asks deep conceptual questions to help the children really understand the meaning and significance of different faiths as well as compare and contrast them.
Our R.E. leader was a writer on the scheme, so we have had the advantage of using these resources for several years, adapting and tailoring them to our particular needs and teaching approaches.
All children in have a B&V book in which they record their learning and undertake assessment tasks at the end of each half term which provides strong evidence of their learning and progress
In line with our work towards increasing interaction with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures, we are working towards a rich programme of trips, visits and visitors (as restrictions allow).
The Emmanuel Project Scheme of Work Progression
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