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Religious Education

2017 - 2018

Laura Liebmann, RE Leader and Year 1 Class Teacher

At Meadlands pupils are encouraged to share their religious beliefs and customs to celebrate the school’s cultural diversity. Religious Education (RE) is taught discretely in class as well as through reflection time during assemblies. The children are given the chance to learn about a variety of different religions of worship in the UK: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism and Sikhism. Every class from Nursery to Y6 go on at least two RE trips each year.

 

We welcome visitors from all cultural and religious backgrounds to share their stories with the children in assemblies. This year we held an International Week at school where children learnt about different cultures and religions and dressed up in different cultural dress.

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Examples or work
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Celebrating

Year 5 trip to St Andrews Church at Easter.

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Year 3 trip to Ealing Gurdwara as part of their RE unit on Sikhism.

 

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Sophie James (RE JLT Lead) took the lead in her own assembly about Christmas and how people around the world celebrate. Sophie took it upon herself to set a whole school homework so the children could create posters and information about how Christmas is celebrated in their families.

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Subject Action Plans and Governor Reports

 

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basic skills agency quality mark 4 healthy schools london bronze award eco-schools award sainsbury's school games gold 2015/16 Primary Science Quality Mark Silver
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