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Religious Education

Religious Education at Goldington Green Academy

The R.E. curriculum that we follow is locally defined by the Standing Advisory Council for R.E. Children are taught to: 1. Make sense of a range of religious and non-religious beliefs. 2. Understand the impact and significance of religious and non-religious beliefs and 3.


Make connections between religious and non-religious beliefs, concepts, practices and ideas studied. through a variety of topics, taught through Early Years, KS1 and KS2. Through the teaching of different religions we encourage children to be respectful of the religious practices of those that observe them.


We have made close links with local churches who support the teaching of Christian Festivals – Christingle, Christmas and Easter. Queens Park is close to hand which offers a Faith Tour – visiting a Sikh Temple, Church and Hindu Temple.


RE Policy

Year 1 - Autumn

Year 2 - Autumn

Year 3 - Autumn

Year 4 - Autumn

Year 5 - Autumn

Year 6 - Autumn

Year 1 - Spring

Year 2 - Spring

Year 3 - Spring

Year 4 - Spring

Year 5 - Spring

Year 6 - Spring

Reception -Summer

Year 1 -Summer

Year 2 - Summer

Year 3 -Summer

Year 4 -Summer

Year 5 -Summer

Year 6 - Summer

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