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RE @ Denbigh CPS

Subject Lead: Mrs Clark

At Denbigh Community Primary School, we follow the North Tyneside Syllabus for Religious Education. We encourage children to use and develop their skills in RE and to participate in critical thinking. We aim to ensure that the RE curriculum is challenging, dynamic and relevant to pupils of all ages. Children are taught to understand and respect the importance of religious beliefs in the world around them; including Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and Sikhism.

Through RE we encourage pupils to learn from these different religions, beliefs, values and traditions while exploring their own beliefs and questions of meaning. We challenge pupils to reflect on and consider issues of equality, belief, faith and ethics and to communicate their responses. At Denbigh, we encourage pupils to develop their sense of self-worth, identity and belonging. Our aim is to enable pupils to flourish individually within their own communities. We believe Religious Education has an important role in preparing our pupils for adult life, employment and lifelong learning. We encourage our pupils to develop respect for, sensitivity to and acceptance of others, in particular those whose faiths and beliefs are different from their own.

RE is taught throughout the school and staff plan exciting lessons based on the objectives within the North Tyneside RE Syllabus (SACRE)

In Foundation Stage, learning objectives are taken from the Early Years Outcomes, usually from the strand of Understanding the World (The World and People and Communities) We use a variety of teaching and learning styles to support children’s knowledge and understanding. This is done through continuous provision and specific teaching around a theme or topic.

In KS1 and KS2 staff allocate objectives across the year, using appropriate curriculum coverage based on need and key skills and then make tasks to fit to support the topic/faith.

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Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Harvest Festival this year. The amount of food donated to the Bay Foodbank was phenomenal and we are overwhelmed with your kindness and generosity. It took several attempts to squeeze all of your donations into the van! Ha-ha! You are all amazing!
We also celebrated Harvest by welcoming Reverend Sue and Reverend Kim into our assembly, ‘A bowlful of Harvest’ and sang some of our favourite Harvest songs ‘Cauliflowers Fluffy’ and ‘Harvest for the World’. #dcpsRE #dcpscollectiveworship #dcpscore
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Over the last few weeks the nursery children have been exploring the changes that occur in autumn by going on a leaf hunt and exploring our autumn tuff trays. They have made their own leaf pictures as well as created a their own autumn wreaths and scarecrows to keep the birds from eating the seeds we are planting next week (but don’t worry we will be making our own bird feeders too).
We have begun learning about harvest and why we celebrate this festival by listening to the story of the very helpful hedgehog. We have loved learning our new harvest songs and exploring a range of fruits and vegetables that the farmers have picked especially for us! #dcpscaterpillar #dcpseyfs #dcps30hours #dcpsstem #dcpsre
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This week in nursery we have been exploring Autumn and harvest festival.
While exploring autumn we talked about the change in weather, what happens to some trees, made clay hedgehogs and explored various autumnal vegetables.
With Alexander ( the puppet) we talked about how the harvest festival is all about helping others. We helped him to think of ways to be a better friend and we all agreed having kind hands in Nursery is important! We have spent the week helping our friends and talking about how to help others in our lives. What a kind group of children we have in Nursery #dcpscaterpillar #dcpsre #dcpspshe #dcpslifeskills #dcpsmaths #dcpsstem
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