“Differences were not meant to divide, but to enrich.”
J. H. Oldham
Vision and INtent
The school and its governors are committed to the teaching of Religious Education as an important subject in its own right and because of the contribution it makes to other aspects of the school’s curriculum and ethos.
My name is Mrs Walker and I am the RE Coordinator at Cheadle Primary School. I have always had a passion for finding out about different faiths and beliefs and thoroughly enjoy my role as RE Coordinator. At CPS we believe that RE is for everyone! It is our intent to build religiously literate young people. Our curriculum is designed to engage, inspire, challenge and encourage pupils, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to answer challenging questions, explore different religious beliefs, values and traditions and develop a more rigorous understanding of the numerous religious traditions, beliefs and practices that are followed in our multi-cultural society.
Curriculum and implementation
The aims of our School Policy for Religious Education are to maintain and enhance the ethos and values of the school as a place of work and learning, of living together and developing the children’s spiritual, cultural and moral attitudes. The school has an inclusive policy and our aim is to prepare activities which will allow all pupils access to the R. E. curriculum.
Our provision includes:
Core Knowledge and skills
Please click on the links below to see our subject progression documents for RE.
Teachers are required to use the Learning Objectives from the Medium Term plans to assess children’s learning at the end of each half termly unit and record on the schools O track Assessment system.
cultural capital and enrichment
In RE, Cultural Capital can be gained in many ways including;
Information for parents - What is RE?
What our pupils say
Religions of the World