At Red Hill, our Religious Education curriculum provides children with the opportunities to develop their individual beliefs and values and their ability to make their own choices. Our RE curriculum reinforces links with our school and Christian values.
Children are aware of the relevance of our school values when learning about Christianity, other world religions, and those who choose to live without religion.
Children will develop a strong sense of self, including their own beliefs and understanding of the world around them.
They will begin to ask questions and develop curiosity about our world, life and faith.
Children are taught to discuss ideas without judgement, in order to broaden their understanding, and develop positive attitudes towards the diversity at Red Hill and in our wider community.
They will learn about and celebrate key events of the Christian calendar through the close links with our local church, as well as celebrating festivals from a variety of faiths.
If you would like any further information about our RE curriculum at Red Hill, please do not hesitate to contact the school.
RE subject leads – Miss Lucy Biggerstaff & Miss Paige Baylis